Our post is from a guest post from Chevy’s former Command and General Staff small group instructor, Mr. Brook Allen, Assistant Professor, Department of Joint, Interagency, and Multinational Operations. His posts asks us to take time to do some internal reflection in the pursuit of self-discovery.  Have you been counseled to “go look at yourself […]

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Welcome to 2018! We hope 2017 was as prosperous as you would have liked and wish you more prosperity in the upcoming year. Celebrations, fireworks and fanfare aside, we hope that coming into the new year sparks a vigor in your life that will coast you toward your next station in life. Our thoughts in […]

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Wow!  Half of 2017 is already behind us.  We hope your 2017 is going well.  If it’s not, let us know how we may be of assistance, especially in your professional development journey. Back in January we charged the masses on our Facebook page with stepping up their reading game in 2017.  We called it the […]

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Diversity matters…  It’s what makes the melting pot that is the United States successful. Diverse backgrounds, histories, experiences, thoughts, opinions, talents, and traits, amongst a slew of other things, are what lead to success on teams and in organizations. Our military formations and organizations are snapshots of the beautifully blended American mosaic. Bringing everyone together in harmony isn’t as […]

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Our team here at MilitaryMentors.org would like to wish you a happy and prosperous new year.  We are very glad to be a continued presence in your 2017 and beyond.  Thanks for letting us be a part of your professional development! Officially launching last May, we’ve been posting various content since October 2015.  Our content […]

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Reaching the summit has been great.  Everyone has been bringing out their random flags, shirts, school paraphernalia, and other mementos to freeze the moment in time through photo.  Emotions and adrenaline are high.  Everyone feels good as the shed the weariness that now seemingly was left along the side of the mountain. As you pause and sit at the […]

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Even as the cold, piercing wind nips at your face, sweat drips off of your brow and into your eye as you gaze up at the summit of Mount Rainer. You’ve waited for this moment for a long time and it is finally coming to fruition. The friends on your team have smiles that beam […]

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This week’s blog post is by Chevy, our Chief Mentor Officer.  In it he speaks about some of his personal thoughts on reflection and shares a few key ways to redefine our thoughts on reflection.  Take a contemplative moment to think about how you’ve used or underutilized reflection in your own path.  Take another to ponder if have you […]

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In elementary school I had teacher by the name of Kory Roberts during 5th grade. He was a young African-American man, recently graduated from a local college, and was as energetic as any new teacher finally in the classroom could be. I received good grades in school and even won some state-level art accolades. I […]

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