As a warrior in the 2nd Ranger Battalion 75th Ranger Regiment, Johnny served among the elite of the elite. Then for 5 years he was a contractor protecting the US Ambassador to Iraq. In a military environment, he was at home. But when it was time to move into civilian life, he describes it as an extremely arduous transition. Through a long struggle and a divorce, he eventually learned how to use his strengths in new ways. Now, he mentors other men on true manhood and how to move past shame, guilt, and regret.
- How events in his early life shaped him at his core
- How he and Jeff ended up serving together in the 2nd Ranger Battalion
- About his combat experience and how protecting the US Ambassador was so different
- Why transitioning to civilian life was so hard for him and is hard for most special operators
- What he did to come back from a divorce and drinking to become a strong leader again
- His advice to men who feel like their life is a mess and they don’t like the person in the mirror
Some days you just need a little pep talk, so I created a motivational video where I share the top lessons I learned when I went through Ranger School. I did it to help motivate you when you’re facing your own challenges and facing adversity. The video is free, and you can get it HERE.
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