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New Year… New you?

by The Aviator   Every year as the days before New Years Eve pass, our society goes through a cultural revitalization as individuals evaluate themselves and decide what they seek to do differently the following year. Our gyms, libraries, workplaces, and even homes are filled with motivated...

Tactically Approaching Tasks

by Nick Yates CW2, U.S. Army Mentors for Military Ambassador   Our careers, whether military or civilian, will inherently place obstacles in our path along the way. These obstacles may appear in the form of a task, an unrealistic deadline, the seizure of enemy territory, or a multitude of...

Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life

[caption id="attachment_51379" align="alignnone" width="300"] 2016 Tillman Scholar Mike Pritts served 30 years in the military and is currently a podcast host at Mentors for Military and is working in the Fountain-Fort Carson School District in Colorado[/caption]   by Mike Pritts as shared on the Pat Tillman Foundation...

Service and Honor

By Mike Pritts Recently I had the opportunity to talk with Medal of Honor winner Sal Giunta.  I won’t recount the entire valorous event, but I do recommend that you take the time to read the account of what happened on October 25, 2007, and perhaps...

Manage Your Self-Talk = Manage Your Leadership Presence!

By Judy Wade, Executive Coach In a recent coaching engagement with a high potential leader in a large company, I was surprised to uncover a secret that no one would have expected of this outwardly confident man.  In many meetings with higher ups, he would repeatedly...

3 Steps To Successful Leadership Transitions

By Mike Pritts and Robert Gowin Transition does not only apply when changing companies or career fields.  Sometimes transition happens when an organization experiences a change in leadership.  Leadership transition can be a challenging aspect of change for any organization, and its up to the new...

VA Disability Compensation

By Mike Pritts Filing for disability compensation from the Veteran’s Administration is one of those tasks that we all think about as we approach separation from the military, but there are very few transition assistance resources that prepare Veterans for what to expect.  The VA portion...

Combating Self-Doubt

by Kat Kaelin Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary defines self-doubt as "the lack of confidence in oneself and one’s abilities." So many of us are guilty of regretting decisions that we make solely on our lack of self-confidence.  We believe in the intent of our actions, but tend to...