Intro – The Connection Between Military Experience and Entrepreneurship

Intro – The Connection Between Military Experience and Entrepreneurship

Many people ask me if my military experience helped me to become a successful entrepreneur. Without question, the military was critical in giving me the tools needed to be successful in life and as an entrepreneur. The key things the military taught me that helped me succeed in the business world were discipline, hard work, integrity, adaptability, perseverance, risk management, knowing when to quit, and people skills (assessing, communicating, relating, and understanding). These are all attributes that both the military and entrepreneurship have in common.

In this continuing series of articles, I will discuss each of those topics in more detail. I welcome any comments or questions related to any of the topics.

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About Ty Rhame:

Entrepreneur, philanthropist, motivator, husband, and father Tyson Rhame is an active duty United States Air Force Reserves Lieutenant Colonel who has used his Air Force Academy education, military training, and astute business knowledge to create a wealth of success for himself. Ty Rhame FacebookTy Rhame TwitterTy Rhame YouTubeTyson Rhame TumblrTyson Rhame Blogger, and tyrhame.wordpress.com can all be used to view informational material and presentations directly from Tyson Rhame to assist entrepreneurs and cadets in their journeys to success as well as links to his business related philanthropy endeavors.

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