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11 Years of Military Service (8 years Active & 3 ANG)
My first couple of years of serving was tough. I was faced with much adversity early on. Prior to the USAF, I found myself in situations that placed me in leadership roles. It was never because I was the most talented leader, but I was always the most teachable and the most passionate. I learned what it took to follow and that prepared me to lead.
I never allowed people to place a label on who I was based on the environment (their definition of) and my failures. What sets me apart from others is you can place me anywhere in this world and I promise I will find common ground with everyone and I will develop relationships that will span a lifetime. My mind is geared towards people and how I can make a difference in their life. Servant Leadership.
When I left Active Duty I did it in a sprint. I was done with it and I no longer had the passion for the lifestyle or the work. When I decided to join the Air National Guard I did it as a way to gain more experiences and broaden my horizon, but also keep familiarity in my life. When I left the National Guard I did such in a sprint. The season in my life where I would place that uniform on was over (momentarily?). I knew in order to achieve some goals, I needed to make a sacrifice. My sacrifices were calculated and assessed carefully I don’t make emotional decisions. I rationalize. I use logic. I have adopted a grit mindset which empowered my autonomy in life. .
When I got out of the Air Force I had a goal. My objective was to graduate and become a nurse. Through unforeseen events that goal morphed. It was no longer about becoming a nurse but more so on becoming who God wants me to be. If that’s a nurse in the future I will be up for it, but there are other plans for my life that have been revealed to me. No, I won’t share them here because they are still being worked on. But as I did with each phase of my life I will continue to pursue life with enthusiasm and passion. I will work hard in private and I will build in private. Be GRITTY!