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3 ways to become an authority in your industry

When you think about leaders in your industry, what goes through your mind?

If you’re anything like most people, you probably look up to them, respect the hard work they’ve put in, and admire the knowledge they’ve earned. And if we’re being completely honest, you probably dream about having that status yourself — for your ego and because being a leader helps you get more media coverage, attract more clients, and earn more money.

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Marine trades chevrons for glamour in the WWE ring

Evans, 30, has been on WWE’s main roster for two years. It has been a rapid rise in the decade since she enlisted at 19 years old, a young woman desperately seeking the structure that the military provided. As Evans moved around the South as a child, she could not escape the torment caused by her family’s addiction and mental-health issues.

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Transitioning into government contracting

An estimated 200,000 veterans were supposed to leave the military this year. Because of the global COVID-19 pandemic, however, hundreds
have deferred their separations
and thousands more have opted to reenlist. Those still leaving the military face increased uncertainty as they enter a new, civilian life.

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The off-duty hustle of third shift entrepreneurs

A Navy veteran is teaching others how to stop waiting for permission to pursue their dreams. Former naval officer Todd Connor knows what it means to hustle. He’s the CEO of Bunker Labs, co-founder of The Collective Academy, and runs a B&B with his husband.

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Organization creates rally point for veterans after service

“Combined Arms is now a backbone organization comprised of a coalition of veteran services holding one another accountable,” Boerstler said. The nonprofit serving thousands has continued progressing with technological advancements and he described results of launching a new system 3 ½ years ago.

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