Mistakes made, lessons learned. The difference between the Military and Entrepreneurship with Chris Galluccio

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Tribe!! As you all know I served proudly in our armed forces for over 17 years.  You learn a thing or two about leadership, but you also tend to think that those skills automatically transfer over when you leave the service.  Many entrepreneurs like myself found out the hard way.  My guest today is someone I am proud to not only call my friend, but family!  Chris Galluccio and I served together work on F-16 Fighter jets.  I was the guy who took care of the entire jet, but he was the guy who ensured the pilot ejections system was always ready to perform flawlessly.   The skills that we both acquired, attention to detail, ensuring that the paperwork was correct, communication, training, all of these and more we lived every day of our careers.  Chris has his own photography business, which you all have to not only follow, but check out because it is amazing!! You can check it out at www.ChristopherGalluccio.com but what he didn't realize was building a business wasn't anything like servicing, or repairing the ACES II ejection seats inside of the F-16.   Chris Created www.ThoughtsWordsActions.com and has his own course that he created that will help you, the military entrepreneur how to navigate the frustrations of building a business, but utilizing your skills that you learned while serving to your benefit.  Chris' knowledge about this subject is immense, and something that not only veterans can use, but entrepreneurs in general.   Tribe, don't forget to post on the FB page, www.facebook.com/faithfullyled.sean and let me know what you think!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faithfullyled/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/faithfullyled/support
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Tribe!! As you all know I served proudly in our armed forces for over 17 years.  You learn a thing or two about leadership, but you also tend to think that those skills automatically transfer over when you leave the service.  Many entrepreneurs like myself found out the hard way.  My guest today is someone I am proud to not only call my friend, but family!  Chris Galluccio and I served together work on F-16 Fighter jets.  I was the guy who took care of the entire jet, but he was the guy who ensured the pilot ejections system was always ready to perform flawlessly.   The skills that we both acquired, attention to detail, ensuring that the paperwork was correct, communication, training, all of these and more we lived every day of our careers.  Chris has his own photography business, which you all have to not only follow, but check out because it is amazing!! You can check it out at www.ChristopherGalluccio.com but what he didn't realize was building a business wasn't anything like servicing, or repairing the ACES II ejection seats inside of the F-16.   Chris Created www.ThoughtsWordsActions.com and has his own course that he created that will help you, the military entrepreneur how to navigate the frustrations of building a business, but utilizing your skills that you learned while serving to your benefit.  Chris' knowledge about this subject is immense, and something that not only veterans can use, but entrepreneurs in general.   Tribe, don't forget to post on the FB page, www.facebook.com/faithfullyled.sean and let me know what you think!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/faithfullyled/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/faithfullyled/support
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