If it weren't for the courageous men and women in uniform who serve in our Armed Forces, none of us would be able to live the dream to the same extent that we get to in the U.S.
This is especially meaningful to me because I've had the honor of speaking to over 20,000 airmen in United States Air Force as well as to a variety of other organizations for military spouses.
They often brought me in to encourage airmen to rely on each other, to boost morale in the midst of one of the most challenging professions, to open airways of communication, and to equip people to thrive in the midst of the major transitions that come from serving in the military.
But you know what? I always came away from my time on bases with incredible lessons from them, too.
So, on episode #19 of The Next 24 Hours, I'm sharing those lessons with you in honor of Armed Forces Day.
Listen in to this episode to hear:
- What my brother did that taught me what a real man is
- My surprising inroad to speaking for the U.S. military
- The gift I never expected to get from a three-star general
- What people who live in excellence do differently from everyone else
- How you can remove constraints to live the life you want to live
While I never personally served in the military, I gained so much wisdom from the men and women in the armed forces about living with excellence, honoring ourselves and others and the mental shifts needed for making major life changes.
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