A podcast series focusing on veterans and members of the military community transitioning into civilian life. Tune in to hear their stories, advice, and how they navigated through challenging times.
In this episode, we talk with US Army Master Sergeant (Retired) Randy Moore and his wife, Lorie. Randy, CEO and Founder of RLM Communications, Incorporated, and Lorie emphasize the value of using your personal and professional network, seeking out business mentors, and creating a small business family to drive entrepreneurial success.
About the Hosts
Lee Elias is a professional speaker, award-winning author, entrepreneur, and coach. He is the founder of Game Seven Group, an organization that aims to inspire the world to believe in the power of teamwork. Game Seven Group works with teams and leaders in the business, nonprofit, medical, and sports worlds to unlock excellence, reach their potential, and ultimately win using the spirit and culture of a professional sports organization.
Lee is the award-winning author of Think Like a Fan: Invest in Your Fans So They Invest in You; Win: What Every Team Needs to Know to Create a Championship Culture and co-author of The Business Recovery Checklist: How to Thrive in the Aftermath of COVID19 and Stay in Medicine: How Physicians Can Move Past Burnout and Regain Control. He Was named to Drexel’s 40 under 40 class of 2018
He currently resides in the Philadelphia, PA suburbs with his wife, Janet, and their two children, Logan and Alina.
Howie has over 42 years of combined military and corporate experience leading change management, communications and intelligence project teams, portfolios and accounts. Howie has a successful track record of building high performing teams by helping organizations establish their vision, set goals, and develop a strategic execution plan to accomplish their goals to high standards. Howie is most passionate about developing effective leaders and high performing teams.
Former Navy Chef Chris Kyler Transitions Into Civilian Life
U.S. Navy Veteran and professional chef, Chris Kyler, tells his experience of cooking in the Navy and persevering through his transition to civilian life.
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