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On today’s episode, Joe Crane talks to US Navy veteran Andrew Watts about publishing your own book. Self Publishing with Point Whiskey Publishing Andrew Watts.Career in the Military
Andrew served in the US Navy for a total of ten years. He served as a naval officer and helicopter pilot until 2013. During the course of his career, he flew counter-narcotic missions in the Eastern Pacific and counter-privacy missions off the Horn of Africa.
He also served as a flight instructor in Florida, and helped to run ship and flight operations while on a nuclear aircraft carrier in the Middle East.US Navy Helicopter Pilot Transitions to Civilian Life
Andrew decided to transition out of the military just before he went on his final deployment. It was rather challenging for him to find a job outside because of the limits he still had.
Nonetheless, he had some interviews with different companies. He landed a job with Procter and Gamble through a Search Academy Career Conference.Stepping Stones to Success
During his time as a flight instructor, Andrew decided to get an MBA. He found it a good choice whether he stays in the military or not.
He took some classes on entrepreneurship and marketing. They sparked his way to his present career.
To hear the rest of Chris’ lessons learned and how he can help you, download and listen to the entire episode Chris Hoffmann VET Training and Coaching. Leave us a rating and review if you enjoyed the show. We love hearing from you!
If you are short on time, here are the highlights of Chris Hoffmann VET Training and Coaching:
Who is Chris Hoffmann? ([1:30])
Baseball in the Marines? ([3:28])
Afghanistan lessons? ([7:00])
Issues after discharge? ([13:14])
What motivated Chris? ([17:52])
What is personal branding? ([22:28])
The Community ([27:15])
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