Conquer Your Crucible, Confront Adversity, and Create a Lasting Legacy
I’ve served in the US Marine Corps, fought fires on the front lines and then dove into the challenging world of entrepreneurship. Though the days of the battlefield may be behind me, my warrior spirit still blazes fiercely within my soul and my business. It is this spirit that drives me and prompted me to create a united brotherhood of like minded warriors so together we could shape our futures, overcome adversity, and propel us forward on our quest for greatness.
Every entrepreneur has a goal of succeeding, but to get there we know we must face our crucible, adapt and overcome. Here’s the thing you might already know, or maybe not, prior military service has given us the tools, mindset and ability to fast forward our entrepreneurial transformation. Our situation has some unique challenges to overcome for sure, but it also has forged a person capable of enduring, overcoming and accomplishing our mission. So why am I telling you this?
Because I learned the hard way how to access my knowledge, skills and abilities my military training gave me and have built the training and community necessary to give others an easier path to achieving their goals, with a supportive community that understands who you are, what you’ve been through and what you are capable of doing.
My journey as an entrepreneur began from the trunk of my car. With the aid of my military training and the Warrior Mindset it gave me, I transformed my humble beginning into a $40 million dollar business that has benefited over 60,000 firefighters so far and touched countless lives.
I have been recognized as one of the top 50 Veteran Entrepreneurs in the United States, I was honored with an invitation to The White House and asked to present at the US Congressional Small Business Committee about Entrepreneurial Innovation.
Inspired by my experiences as a Marine, firefighter, and now entrepreneur, I established The Warrior Academe to unite my fellow Warriors in a shared mission to build their own business empires,and unite to lift each other up and create a lasting legacy we can each be proud of achieving.
Deep within the core of The Warrior Academe lies the belief that the discipline and accountability acquired through the military serve as the foundation which allows entrepreneurial speed and innovation to flourish.
During the Gettysburg Experience, entrepreneurs explore the history of the Battle of Gettysburg, focusing on events like Pickett's Charge.
This moment carries implications for entrepreneurial leadership today. Pickett's Charge was a tactical gamble with inadequate information, lack of battlefield understanding, overconfidence, strategic overreach, and failure to adapt — factors resulting in a costly defeat. Entrepreneurs navigate an uncertain terrain where decisions reverberate through operations.
Retracing Pickett's steps provides insights into the effects of decisions on businesses, integrating lessons into the strategic mindset while focusing on five key takeaways
This immersive experience integrates all the modules and lessons you’ll learn through your Warrior Academe Bootcamp and provides unique opportunities for you to learn, collaborate, mentor and connect with your fellow Warriors.
Are you ready to put yourself to the test? Are you ready to build an incredibly profitable business? Are you looking for the right community to help and support your mission? If yes, then it’s time to embrace your Warrior Spirit and join us on this journey to entrepreneurial greatness.
Apply to join the Warrior Academe now.
Shoulder to Shoulder as brothers and sisters, every member of The Warrior Academe is committed to building thriving businesses and creating a lasting legacy. Are you one of us?
In our initial conversation it’s important for us to get to know each other better so we can know how to best work together. Next, let’s look at your current (or desired business) and what you’d like to accomplish during your time in The Warrior Academe.
After speaking with us, you’ll know whether you belong here or not
I’m excited to connect with you. Is there anything you’d like to discuss besides these 2 things?