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Entries Tagged as 'Military'

Chad Hennings, Three-Time Super Bowl Winner and Author of Rules of Engagement, on Achieving Success that Counts

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Chad Hennings is a three-time Super Bowl winner with the Dallas Cowboys, an Air Force fighter pilot, a businessman and the author of Rules of Engagement. In all of the roles he has played, he has seen that the persistent go-it-alone myth in our society traps individuals from connecting with others in meaningful ways. Chad […]

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Categories: Author · career advancement · Career Development · Military · radio show · relationships · Sports · Success Strategies · Veterans

Captain Scotty Smiley, Author of Hope Unseen: The Story of the U.S. Army’s First Blind Active-Duty Officer

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Captain Scotty Smiley, a West Point graduate, Ranger, and the Army’s only active-duty blind officer, lost his sight in a suicide bomber attack in Iraq. He shares his remarkable journey of faith, hope and courage. Since his injury, he has climbed Mount Rainier, surfed, skied, skydived, completed a triathlon and earned an MBA from Duke […]

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Categories: Author · Careers · Leadership · Military · Overcoming Adversity · radio show · Success Attributes

Special Encore Presentation: Dr. Vince Patton, Director Community Outreach, Military Advantage and Retired Career Coast Guardsman on Jobs for Vets

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Dr. Vince Patton, Director Community Outreach, Military Advantage/Monster Worldwide and Retired Career Coast Guardsman, brings the knowledge and experience of a 30-year military career and multiple advanced degrees to the subject of employing veterans. Dr. Patton addresses: Issues facing transitioning service members The value of career fairs for employers and job seekers How to help […]

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Categories: Career Development · career planning · Job Search · Job Search Planning · Military · radio show · Veterans

Col. Timothy J. Geraghty, USMC (Ret.), Author of Peacekeepers at War

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Col Tim Geraghty, USMC (Ret.), author of Peacekeepers at War, shares his gripping account of the October 23, 1983 suicide truck bombings that killed 241 US Marines in their barracks at the Beirut International Airport, as well as 58 French paratroopers two miles away. In this long-awaited book, the Marine commander of the U.S. Multinational […]

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Categories: Author · Military · Veterans

Phil Dyer of the Military Officers Association of America: Honoring Our Active Military Personnel and Veterans

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Phil Dyer, Deputy Director of the Financial Education for Military Officers Association of America, has served as an Army Captain and worked in the corporate world in sales and financial planning. He shares valuable information on military service, transitioning from the military, and on the Military Officers Association of America, which provides support to over […]

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Categories: Associations · Career Development · career planning · financial planning · Military · Military Officers Association · Networking · radio show · Veterans