13. Hunter Anderson on Never Working A Day in Your Life
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In this episode, Brock talks with Hunter Anderson.

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Hunter served one enlistment in the Navy as an Aviation Electronics Technician. He participated in two carrier deployments aboard the USS George HW Bush and USS Harry S Truman. After a brief stint working in the shipyards, Hunter extended his passion for service to working at the Fire Department in Williamsburg VA. We talk about the importance of positive self talk when confronting difficult situations and how finding the right job doesn’t feel like work.

Hunter also explains how he used the OJT portion of GI bill benefits to receive a stipend while training at the fire house. This program isn’t talked about a lot, but is applies in many different industries. You can find more out about the program here

Whether you’re in the service for four years or twenty, you have learned skills, led teams, and learned what it takes to execute under pressure. While those past successes are valuable, they don’t always translate to a life or career when you get your DD214.

Join Tim and Brock as they break down the skills and strategies current and former military members are using to build a successful careers on the outside the service.

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