Dustin Slade, US Army, Infantry, about to ride for Warrior Built in the Best In The Desert series. Army Infantry, finding passion in riding. Pushing for new opportunities and helping along the way.
This week “Chief” dives into the importance of kindness. As Vet’s, especially interacting with civilians it can be a bit difficult, but the importance of kindness needs to factor into our communications.
US Army, Medic, Combat Engineer, Afghanistan, came back became a nurse, and own business “Asendit”. Gravity Sports for therapy and support his needs and wants to give back. reconnecting with Family.
When it comes down to the core it’s up to you to control you and you only the best version of yourself.
It takes a lot to Raise your hand unknowing at the time of what that means. Everyone who does should know that only 1% of our population does.
Combat Vet CWO-3 21 Years USMC, Adapting to civilian life, the importance of brotherhood, overall adjustments and needed support systems in life.
Episode 21 of Combat Vet Vision, “I am more aware of action and consequence and closer to God, Family, and Country” Your Host Aaron Seibert
“Control”, Illusion of control, though, you can ultimately control only yourself, to a point, Organized Chaos vise Organized piece. Required sets of circumstances, Training, Routine, sense of power or giving up power(weakness)
What I intend to do with the I’d Podcast That platform is this. I want to interview people with podcasts and it’s going to be lighthearted.