EAS: 3 Years Later

After exiting active service from the Marine Corps in July 2013, I’ve found most if not all of the lessons learned while in uniform apply to the CIVDIV as well. I feel it’s important to emphasize this point because Veterans sometimes drop the characteristics that ensured a successful enlistment. We must carry on our adaptive,

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Keeping PACE

At some point in my career I became intimately familiar with PACE, traditionally applied to establish a solid communication plan capable of dealing with varying degrees of adversity. Basically, Murphy’s Law will show its ugly face once your mission actually starts, so it’s better to plan ahead when time is on your side. While serving

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NETWORKING: HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR RETURN ON INVESTMENT

You’ve probably heard this a 1,000 times as a transitioning Military Veteran: “Make sure you network!” But that provides little substance for individuals to act on, aside from attending events geared toward making new connections. Networking is considered the life blood for meeting peers, industry professionals, recruiters, initiating conversations and relationships, and hopefully it will

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