Being a congressman is not for the faint of heart, and US Representative Barry Loudermilk, from Georgia, has faced more than his share of challenges there. After a career in the US Air Force, he ran for office with the belief that, “You can either accept the status quo…or you can do something about it.”
Since 2015, he has survived a baseball game shooting in Washington, DC, a near-fatal car accident, an assassination attempt, and a train crash. No matter what happens, though, he stays focused on his mission, despite the often brutal circumstances.
- About his father’s distinguished military service in some of the most famous battles in history
- The best piece of advice he got when deciding to run for office
- Why he ran TOWARD the gunfire, instead of away from it, during the congressional baseball game shooting
- What keeps him focused and moving forward when things get tough in life
- What it’s like to be heavily involved in the January 6th investigation
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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