Hosts and PTSI Resilience Trainers John Salerno and Samantha Horwitz talk with John McGlothlin, U.S. Army Airborne Captain, and author of How to Deal With Damn Near Anything - The Paratrooper's Guide to Life on A Badge of Honor Podcast.
There is a hidden side to the military—behind the stories of leadership and valor is a distinct culture that promotes personal growth and development. In How to Deal with Damn Near Anything: The Paratrooper’s Guide to Life, John McGlothlin shows how this culture can benefit anyone.
Using a mix of research and first-hand experience, McGlothlin distills this culture into five “inner traits” essential to facing any challenge. Each trait is examined in detail: what they mean, how they fit together, how to build them, and why being a paratrooper offers a unique perspective on doing so.
No place fuses personal and professional like the “airborne.” The result is a series of lessons no classroom or regular workplace can teach. You don’t have to enlist to learn them–you just have to embrace the right mix of practical thinking, honesty, and a desire to improve. How to Deal with Damn Near Anything will guide you through that process and put you on the right path for stability and success. Purchase the book here https://www.amzn.com/1636767516
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