Raised in rural Oklahoma, I joined the U.S. Army after 9/11.
Graduating from West Point (top 15%), Ranger School, and the Army’s top leadership courses made me a professional student of leadership and gave me many opportunities to develop my strengths and minimize my weaknesses.
Combat shaped my relationship with God and how I see my life’s purpose.
After multiple near-death experiences in Afghanistan, I learned that my time is limited and uncertain. I don’t value buzz words, sales pitches, or fake people because I know that to serve God means to live with purpose.
Give me grit, candor, and authenticity.