Sep 6, 2019
This one is important to me personally. Pete Sanchez, was one of the first men ever out of the Marine Corps that gave me the resources I needed to become the person I desired to be to fulfill on my vision of feeling like I was making an impact, not just making money. He brings a great angle as a civilian, sharing how a Navy veteran pivoted his life from a DOD employee working pay check to pay check to creating a God centered life driven off learning how to become better each an everyday!
Once the interview starts:
0-9:20: When he learned to ask for what he wanted.
9:20-12:11: Life like before he met a his veteran mentor.
12:11- 18:06: The moment his dreamer mind was switched back on and he began to commit to becoming a specialist again.
18:06- 22:32: His four tips to keeping your life expanding and growing in the right direction.
22:32- 25:00: Expanding your Spiritual Walk and finding someone 20 steps ahead of you to narrow your learning curve.
25:00- 28:36: Pete's three Golden Grenades: 1) Creating your foundation 2) Be a student of economics 3) Master in communication
28:36- 36:13: How to find Pete and take advantage of his offer.
Pete's offer to help you grow in your relationship with God. Prayer, Accountability, 1 on 1 calls: https://www.facebook.com/petesanchezIII/
Ways to connect with Pete:
Connect on Linkedin here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/petesanchez3/
Connect on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/petesanchezIII/
Join the brand new Linkedin Ambitious VET Network here: https://www.linkedin.com/groups/13751694/
If you aren't already inside our Global Facebook Tribe who believe in becoming more to attract more in life of over 600+ Ambitious VETS, join here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/TheAmbitiousVETTribe/
Ready to identify, execute, and accomplish your next mission? Check out our website here: http://vettrainingcoaching.com to get connected and equipped with what you need to living a life of impact after the uniform comes off, next Ambitious VET Sprint start on October 23rd, 2019. If you are even thinking about it, I would apply, spots are limited and not everyone gets accepted.