Jason Van Camp is the Founder and CEO Mission 6 Zero, Founder and Executive Director of Warrior Rising, and co-author of a book titled Deliberate Discomfort.
He is also a West Point graduate where he played linebacker for the Army Black Knights football team. In 2006, Jason won the coveted Green Beret and began serving as a Detachment Commander with 10th Special Forces Group in Fort Carson, Colorado.
During his U.S. Army career, Jason earned several awards, including the Bronze Star with V device for Valor, as well as two additional Bronze Stars during numerous combat rotations as a Special Forces Detachment Commander in the Middle East and Africa.
While transitioning out of the military Jason earned his MBA from BYU and then founded Mission 6 Zero, a Leadership Assessment and Development Company, and Warrior Rising, a non-profit that empowers U.S. military veterans by providing opportunities to create sustainable businesses.
In this episode Jason:
- States that if you have to tell someone that you’re in command, you’re not in command
- Says that leaders have to know what’s going on while still being humble enough to listen
- Explains how U.S. Special Forces are trained to overcome fear
- Tells us why deliberate discomfort is something you need to pursue
- Admits that one big challenge with entrepreneurship has been managing friendships and maintaining relationships
- Says that most problems he encounters with clients come down to issues with communication
- Talks about Warrior Rising and the work they are doing to empower veterans to create sustainable businesses
Lots of gold here folks. Enjoy…
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Book: Deliberate Discomfort
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