This week’s Military Entrepreneur is Mark Babbitt, a renowned business speaker, author, and leadership expert. He served four years in the United States Air Force, he managed to master the art of building relationships in his transition. Mark’s hard work and innovativeness really paid off, he subsequently had six job offers in Silicon Valley following his military service.
This episode of The Military Entrepreneur Show features a candid interview with Brandon Buttrey, entrepreneur and founder of Counter Strike Coffee & also the Marketing and Social Media Manager for the Lone Survivor Foundation. Listen to this episode and learn how Brandon took a proactive approach transitioning out of the Navy, how he started his business, and enjoy some good laughs along the way.
Rick Yost is a serial entrepreneur, attorney, author, and the co-founder of VeteransList. A service-disabled veteran himself, Rick brings his 12 years of military experience as an Army officer, extensive education (MBA/JD), startup and business experience to bear in consulting, entrepreneurship, and providing support to multiple businesses.
Lydia Davey is a vision-driven communications strategist and the Founder/CEO of Moriah Creatives PR. She leads a team of gifted designers and storytellers to elevate small business and consultancy client brands nationwide.
This week features James Brobyn and Chris Maloney- two Marine Officers and friends who recently left active duty and started their own business. We discuss why they left active duty, family, entrepreneurship, and their newest venture- CauseEngine
Founder and Host of the SuccessVets Podcast, Byron Chen tells us what veterans must know about salary negotiation before its too late. For most transitioning servicemembers, getting into corporate terrain can appear cloudy and unfamiliar- the thought of negotiating salary becomes a mere afterthought that can cause feelings of resentment. Byron and I discuss his personal experience transitioning out of the Marines and accepting a low offer and what he learned from it. More importantly, you’ll learn how you can avoid the same mistake by doing a little homework before saying “YES”.
Dr. Kate Hendricks Thomas earned her PhD in Health Promotion and Health Education. She is an assistant professor at Charleston Southern University. A former Captain in the Marine Corps, she loves to work with other military veterans. Kate is a health science researcher, professional speaker, and yoga teacher who travels the country teaching mental fitness.
In this episode of the Military Entrepreneur Show, Aaron Walker talks about how he accelerated his success over the last decade with mastermind groups as a catalyst. Learn the intricacies of assembling and hosting a group of like-minded individuals to help grow your business and break through barriers keeping you from success. Today, Aaron helps ordinary people and businesses become extraordinary through mastermind seminars.