24. Lisa Jaster on Lifelong Objectives Through Daily Action

May 11, 2022

24. Lisa Jaster on Lifelong Objectives Through Daily Action
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In this episode, Brock talks with Lisa Jaster

Lisa Jaster graduated from the military academy in 2000, followed by multiple tours overseas during her time on active duty. After her exit, she worked as an engineer with Shell oil before feeling the call back to service and joining the reserves. We talk about how taking small actions daily are often more impactful than periodic, more meaningful actions. She talks about training for ultramarathons and why she thinks fitness is a lifelong habit rather than a short term objective. Lisa also shares insights from being one of the first females to receive the Army Ranger tab and why cognitive diversity in the military is so important. 

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Whether you’re in the service for four years or twenty, you have learned skills, led teams, and learned what it takes to execute under pressure. While those past successes are valuable, they don’t always translate to a life or career when you get your DD214.

Join Tim and Brock as they break down the skills and strategies current and former military members are using to build a successful careers on the outside the service.

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