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Military Transition Briefing

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Military Transition Briefing

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Travis Collier

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A draft feed for Alexa to talk about Military Transition Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

Latest Episodes

Designing Your Life, Intro

We’ll go through the book “Designing Your Life”, & talk about how it applies to military transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

4 MIN6 d ago
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Designing Your Life, Intro

13 Steps to Transition: 2- Visit Your Transition Location

It's easy to look on a chart & plot where you'll transition to. It's hard to actually take leave & go sort out the new terrain. Just as we gain situational awareness about a new assignment or deployment, treat your transition location the same way. Spend as much time there as you possibly can. Don't just wait until you buy your home--keep going back to visit. Make your new home as much of a home like your current one. This is easy when you're transitioning from a duty station you've been at before. It's hard when it's an all new location. Or a location with a limited military presence. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

2 MIN2018 NOV 4
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13 Steps to Transition: 2- Visit Your Transition Location

13 Steps to Transition: 1- Find a Transition Mentor

If you're two tours from getting out, find a transition mentor now. The military gives us this phenomenal structure to frame our transition. But once we get out, that structure evaporates. You have to create a similar structure on your own. Getting someone on your side who's at your horizon helps greatly. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 17
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13 Steps to Transition: 1- Find a Transition Mentor

13 Steps to Transition: Visit the Transition Location

If I could make a straight line path to transitioning out the military, this would be it. The first step would be to Visit Your Transition Location. When I say visit, I mean to be there so often--it feels more at home than where you are now. Many vets expect to learn their new home after they get there--but that's hindering your shift. The more you visit, the more you shift your attitude & energy of where home is. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

2 MIN2018 SEP 14
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13 Steps to Transition: Visit the Transition Location

7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 7- Nail the Landing

There's the rule of marksmanship: Know Your Target, & Know What's Beyond It. That rule is even more important in transitioning. Veterans think getting out & getting that first job or opportunity right is the objective. It's a start--the real objective is 18-24 months after you've put your shadow box away. When you go through the emotional & cultural obstacles in commanding your transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 12
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7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 7- Nail the Landing

7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 6- No Exit Strategy

Mistakes 6 & 7 run together. Mistake 6 is not having a clear exit strategy from the military. There are six paths to transition, but really 1 path in uniform. You have to have as much clarity after the uniform as you do in uniform--without the structure the military provides to maintain that clarity. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

4 MIN2018 SEP 11
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7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 6- No Exit Strategy

7 Mistake Vets Make to Transition: 5- Lack of Case Reserves

Making a salary & having available cash compounds the anxiety in transitioning. If you know you're getting out, you need to buffer with 3 to 6 months of cash reserves. If not--you may take a job or offer somewhere while you KNOW you'll be moving again in less than 3 years. Launching is a great strategy, like in education to get a new degree. But going into a new job & knowing you're not staying won't help you settle & finish your transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 10
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7 Mistake Vets Make to Transition: 5- Lack of Case Reserves

7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 4- Doing It Yourself

You can't do everything you need to transition alone. Consider how a unit prepares for a campaign or to maneuver. The unit succeeds not on the strength of an individual member, but the collective, synergistic strength of all its members. Same thing in your transition. Instead of trying to be a resume expert--find the expert to help you craft the best resume possible. Find the recruiters, career coaches, mental health counselors, & corporate mentors to be your team to help you engage in your transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

18 s2018 SEP 10
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7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 4- Doing It Yourself

Transition Mistake #3: Over Spending on the Wrong Things

Its hard to corrollate spending $1000 on a resume to land a $100,000 job. Or gaining skills that you won't use when you get out. Have a clear budget to spend toward your transition, & make sure you're getting the best impact for investment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 7
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Transition Mistake #3: Over Spending on the Wrong Things

Transitioning Mistake #2: Lack of Homework

Lets talk about Transitioning Mistake #2: Lack of Homework. The homework it takes to transition is constant, cumuative, & iterative if you wait until you can take offers, youre behind the pace. You start your transition homework the day you join. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

4 MIN2018 SEP 5
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Transitioning Mistake #2: Lack of Homework

Latest Episodes

Designing Your Life, Intro

We’ll go through the book “Designing Your Life”, & talk about how it applies to military transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

4 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Designing Your Life, Intro

13 Steps to Transition: 2- Visit Your Transition Location

It's easy to look on a chart & plot where you'll transition to. It's hard to actually take leave & go sort out the new terrain. Just as we gain situational awareness about a new assignment or deployment, treat your transition location the same way. Spend as much time there as you possibly can. Don't just wait until you buy your home--keep going back to visit. Make your new home as much of a home like your current one. This is easy when you're transitioning from a duty station you've been at before. It's hard when it's an all new location. Or a location with a limited military presence. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

2 MIN2018 NOV 4
Comments
13 Steps to Transition: 2- Visit Your Transition Location

13 Steps to Transition: 1- Find a Transition Mentor

If you're two tours from getting out, find a transition mentor now. The military gives us this phenomenal structure to frame our transition. But once we get out, that structure evaporates. You have to create a similar structure on your own. Getting someone on your side who's at your horizon helps greatly. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 17
Comments
13 Steps to Transition: 1- Find a Transition Mentor

13 Steps to Transition: Visit the Transition Location

If I could make a straight line path to transitioning out the military, this would be it. The first step would be to Visit Your Transition Location. When I say visit, I mean to be there so often--it feels more at home than where you are now. Many vets expect to learn their new home after they get there--but that's hindering your shift. The more you visit, the more you shift your attitude & energy of where home is. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

2 MIN2018 SEP 14
Comments
13 Steps to Transition: Visit the Transition Location

7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 7- Nail the Landing

There's the rule of marksmanship: Know Your Target, & Know What's Beyond It. That rule is even more important in transitioning. Veterans think getting out & getting that first job or opportunity right is the objective. It's a start--the real objective is 18-24 months after you've put your shadow box away. When you go through the emotional & cultural obstacles in commanding your transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 12
Comments
7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 7- Nail the Landing

7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 6- No Exit Strategy

Mistakes 6 & 7 run together. Mistake 6 is not having a clear exit strategy from the military. There are six paths to transition, but really 1 path in uniform. You have to have as much clarity after the uniform as you do in uniform--without the structure the military provides to maintain that clarity. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

4 MIN2018 SEP 11
Comments
7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 6- No Exit Strategy

7 Mistake Vets Make to Transition: 5- Lack of Case Reserves

Making a salary & having available cash compounds the anxiety in transitioning. If you know you're getting out, you need to buffer with 3 to 6 months of cash reserves. If not--you may take a job or offer somewhere while you KNOW you'll be moving again in less than 3 years. Launching is a great strategy, like in education to get a new degree. But going into a new job & knowing you're not staying won't help you settle & finish your transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 10
Comments
7 Mistake Vets Make to Transition: 5- Lack of Case Reserves

7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 4- Doing It Yourself

You can't do everything you need to transition alone. Consider how a unit prepares for a campaign or to maneuver. The unit succeeds not on the strength of an individual member, but the collective, synergistic strength of all its members. Same thing in your transition. Instead of trying to be a resume expert--find the expert to help you craft the best resume possible. Find the recruiters, career coaches, mental health counselors, & corporate mentors to be your team to help you engage in your transition. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

18 s2018 SEP 10
Comments
7 Mistake Vets Make in Transitioning: 4- Doing It Yourself

Transition Mistake #3: Over Spending on the Wrong Things

Its hard to corrollate spending $1000 on a resume to land a $100,000 job. Or gaining skills that you won't use when you get out. Have a clear budget to spend toward your transition, & make sure you're getting the best impact for investment. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

3 MIN2018 SEP 7
Comments
Transition Mistake #3: Over Spending on the Wrong Things

Transitioning Mistake #2: Lack of Homework

Lets talk about Transitioning Mistake #2: Lack of Homework. The homework it takes to transition is constant, cumuative, & iterative if you wait until you can take offers, youre behind the pace. You start your transition homework the day you join. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/militarytransition/support

4 MIN2018 SEP 5
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Transitioning Mistake #2: Lack of Homework
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