182: Situation – Finding A New EnemyApril 18, 2017 by Cigars and Sea Stories | Be the first to comment »
On this episode of Cigars and Sea Stories Mike and Bennett are discussing the ‘Situation’ paragraph of the “5 Paragraph Business Plan” – finding a new enemy?
A lot of service members leave the military and put it all behind them to start a new life. Sometimes that works out, but often, veterans become isolated and stuck. During these times of distress it’s important to remember your training?. WHAT? – Look, the military taught you everything you need to know to successfully navigate the world. Take the skills, knowledge and expertise gained through military service and apply them to everyday life. The Marine Corps is especially good at taking a young punk kid and turning them into a sharpened warrior, focused on hunting and killing the enemy. The majority of us leave the military and have a difficult time finding a new enemy. Something to attack with the same ferocity as was unleashed upon the foes of our nation. Veterans are told to find a new mission in life. (Well running a mission with no one to kill is kinda like making out with your sister.) Find a new enemy and you will find your new mission. Locate a problem worthy of your attention; now destroy it.
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