This week we talk to Michael Cantor the author of the new book, Thanks for Taking the Time to Be Prepared!
Aaron discusses staying motivated and pushing forward living with the physical injuries he sustained in combat and the toll it takes.
This week is the special holiday book show. The Top 10 Books an EM Must Have. If you are looking for a gift idea for an emergency manager…
Aaron Seibert talks about transitioning from combat and coming home. The internal conflicts and processing injury’s and not being combat deploy-able.
I am not getting hundreds of downloads a week. However, the downloads I am receiving, people are resonating with my content well and it has brought in customers…
Todd: I have Mike and snooty with me from San Bernardino County emergency management and we’re here to talk about…
Third Deployment “Whats Up Quiter” Aaron talks about his third combat tour and becoming a casualty of combat. Listen here or on your favorite podcast player
I want to talk about making the most of your episode and when I say making the most of, I want to encourage you, if you’re not to ensure that your show, your rss feed is submitted to all the different podcast players and platforms.
It’s kind of like a band-aid. Right now and actually every single day up to now you’ve had running water flushing toilets, so we take all these things for granted
Aaron recaps a couple of experiences from his first combat tour and discusses his second deployment to Iraq.