November 18, 2019
Getting the attention of Human Resources can almost seem like "mission impossible." In this episode, Jennifer Hellwig, former Command First Sergeant with the Air Force, who now serves as a Senior Executive Human Resource Manager for two different companies shares how she struggled to even get the interview, and through the struggle discovered the "secret" to grabbing the attention of HR - of which she shares on this episode.
Listen if you want to know:
1. How she had to craft her resume to properly communicate her training and skills
2. How she moved her resume to the top of the pile
3. And the "one thing" that moves a resume to the top of the pile
To learn more about the engineering and aerospace company Jennifer represents, visit: Cornerstone Research Group
November 10, 2019
Heroes are made every day. In this episode we unpack Kris Paronto's latest book The Patriot's Creed.
In The Patriot's Creed, Kris Paronto uses the seven core Army Values that all soldiers learn in Basic Combat Training, and the experiences of other servicemen and women and First Responders, to explain how anyone can improve themselves, the world around them, and live a heroic life.
Kris Paronto is best known for his experiences fighting the terrorist attack on the US State Department Special Mission Compound in Benghazi, Libya, on SEPT 11, 2012. The Movie 13 Hours was the feature of that experience. Kris went on to write the best-selling book The Ranger Way and has a new book out called The Patriot’s Creed.
To learn more about Kris and what he is doing in the market place, visit:
November 6, 2019
Stephen Bollinger graduated from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point in 1987 and then began his career path within the U.S. Army, ultimately taking part in Desert Shield and Desert Storm. In 1991, he was proudly awarded the Bronze Star Medal for exceptional service during combat.
And he realized something important - Your service doesn't have to stop after the uniform comes off. In this episode you'll learn how you can position your service attitude to change an industry - or just your workplace.
After serving in war, Stephen Bollinger wanted to make a difference in helping people in the world of health.
For the past few years, he has identified certain “problem spots” in women’s health care and has found ways to bring medically proven technologies directly to the end user. For him, his career is inspired by the idea that military service never fully ends because even when you leave the service, you are always thinking about how to make the lives in the field better. By innovating in women’s health, he is able to touch the lives of both females in and out of the military, ultimately improving the lives of millions.
Bollinger has seven medical patents with multiple pending, and over the past 20 years has built (and sold) four successful businesses. He has held multiple leadership positions from Founder, President, and Chief Operations Officer of early stage companies, to an even broader spectrum of roles across global operations, marketing, product management and sales. Currently, he is President & CEO of Rinovum Women’s Health LLC, where he has helped innovate and launch new women’s healthcare products directly available to the end user, including The Stork Products (an at-home conception aid) and Revive (a reusable bladder support). 1 in 3 women experience light bladder leaks and are in need of this type of solution, especially physically active women.
November 1, 2019
Mentorship can change your life for the better. In this short episode you'll discover why a mentor is important and what you can change in your life that will improve your pathway to success.
For more, visit www.OPMILFAM.com
October 30, 2019
In this episode you'll learn what the first step is to an effective job search, what the most common mistakes are in job searching, and what makes you - a Veteran - stand out in a resume search.
Transitioning from military service to the civilian sector can be a bit challenging. Everything is getting switched up. Who am I, what do I do next, how do I answer questions, How do I know what company to work for, what should my resume look like – all these questions start swimming around in our head.
In this episode, you'll learn from Staci McIntosh, Human Resources Director, Nevada Region, First Service Residential, who has 20 years of Human Resources executive/management experience in all major focus areas within HR. She especially loves coaching others to be their professional best at work and during the job search process. She is also the author of the six job search and career advancement books comprising the One Hour Handbook Series and the Anti-Entrepreneur Series.
Visit her website at: sensiblesolutions.net
October 25, 2019
STOP. Don't take that FIRST JOB without listening to this episode. U.S. Army Veteran turned HR Expert with over 20 years experience, author of From Broken to Brilliance, shares how you can avoid job jumping and avoid that "good job" that leaves searching for the right job.
For over 20 years, John has encouraged and inspired both leaders, managers, and employees, to know their gifting/talents, discover their life's mission, and develop a partnership with the divine focused on alleviating world suffering. This results in a healthier, happier, bought in, and more productive employee serving your customers, company/organization, and changing the world.
In short, he helps encourage people to raise their standard and live their best lives working for others or themselves.
Areas of Effectiveness Include, but are not limited too:
• Personal and Professional Coaching
• Inspirational Public Speaking
• Wellness Advocacy (EAP, Mental Health, and Socializing Its Importance)
To learn more, connect John via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
October 11, 2019
Have you ever wondered why some people have success and others don't? Sanjay is an accomplished actor, MMA fighter and author of the book "The Food Talk" who shares his experience and his daily habits that have helped him land commercials, a feature film, and publish a successful book. These same habits are ones you can incorporate in your own life and don't require you to "starve" your way to success.
To learn more about Sanjay, visit The Food Talk.
September 24, 2019
Battle changes every person who experiences it. In this episode, you'll hear from Purple Heart recipient and Best-Selling author Sean Parnell who took his mess and made it his message through his fictional best-selling books. You'll learn how you can take your mess and make it part of your message as you go through life's transitions.
A bit more on Sean:
- Sean Parnell is a Purple Heart recipient and led the most decorated unit in global war on terror.
- Parnell’s legendary Army unit that served in Afghanistan and was the subject of the National Bestseller, OUTLAW PLATOON.
- It was the events on 9/11 that urged Sean to join the Army and defend the country. During a 485-day deployment in 2006-2007, only a single member of his platoon was killed.
- Since returning home, three members of the platoon have taken their own lives. To grapple with the fact that they lost three times as many men to post-war suicide than in combat is to begin to grasp the true burden of war that veterans carry.
- Sean created American Warrior Initiative to help veterans.
- AWI partnered with a service dog organization called Custom Canines to provide service dogs to in-need veterans.
- Sean is a dynamic speaker and has appeared on multiple media platforms including Fox News, CNN and others.
- ALL OUT WAR features Eric Steele—an Alpha—an elite clandestine operative under the direct command of the President of the United States.
- Steele is the hero that America needs right now, he knows right from wrong, good from bad and knows there is no gray area in protecting the United States of America.
Purchase his book here: ALL OUT WAR
September 19, 2019
Have you ever just stopped and asked yourself, "why do I exist? What is my purpose?" I totally get it. I was there. In this episode you'll hear from me on how this journey began - how we went from super humble beginnings, to big highs, to super lows and rebirth to where we are today - impacting thousands of military and Veteran families across the nation while helping companies transform how they hire and retain those who serve.
This episode is "the rest of the story." To learn more, visit: www.OMFCares.org
September 16, 2019
Life is full of transitions. Mindset is key to success. Our guest - Dave Baranek- helps us understand what it takes to develop the mindset that not only helped him become a radar intercept officer (RIO), operating the weapons system in the Navy's F-14 Tomcat fighter but then be selected to become an aerial combat instructor at the elite Navy Fighter Weapons School, better known as Topgun. While serving as an instructor in 1985, he had the unusual experience of flying aerial sequences used in the film "Top Gun."
How many of us have envied the success of someone we met in person or we saw on a movie screen? Honestly, you’ve had those thoughts of, “I see that success, I want that success, I’ve got to get it done.” Some of you put in the work, but after exhausting yourself, you aren’t any closer to where you want to go. A year or two goes by and you aren’t any farther along in your journey.
You aren't alone. It’s not uncommon. Few seem to be on-point and on-mission. But not because of a lack of desire – but know-how – and mindset.
Dave shares how mindset is key to your success and the small steps you can take to incorporate those changes into your life.