Veterans well-positioned for business success


By Bret A. Moore

After leaving the military, veterans are positioned to be successful in many areas of their lives. In fact, as a result of their training and character development and refinement, they often surpass their age-matched peers in most areas. This is particularly true in the area of career success.
In past columns, I’ve written about how vets are well-equipped to become future leaders in psychology, medicine, and politics. But what about business? Are current service members destined to be our country’s next entrepreneurial millionaires? Billionaires?
History says yes, for various reasons.
Service imbues veterans with confidence. They embrace hard work, are comfortable with sacrifice, and have a never-give-up perspective. The very things that make troops successful on the battlefield also make them potentially unstoppable in the boardroom.
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