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A Practical Guide to Successful Military Career Transition: An Overview of Mission Transition

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Matthew J. Louis
CEO, Louis Advisors LLC

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Mission Transition: Navigating the Opportunities and Obstacles of Your Post-Military Career was published by HarperCollins, the largest publisher in the world. It is a practical guide for veterans in career transition, their families, and their prospective employers. It attempts to address this primary question: How can transitioning veterans realize their full potential by avoiding false starts and suboptimal career choices following active duty? The book has been endorsed by Generals, Astronauts, Super Bowl winners, War College professors, sitting and retired members of Congress, and best-selling authors. You will not find a better book on this topic in the market; and diligently following its approach will significantly improve the lives of veterans and their families here and abroad.

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Matthew J. Louis Headshot

Matthew J. Louis

CEO, Louis Advisors LLC

Matt Louis is one of the nation’s leading experts in career transition for veterans and public service professionals. He coaches individuals on their transition efforts and advises employers on hiring programs designed to successfully assimilate these valuable talent pools. He is the author of the HarperCollins book Mission Transition, a practical guide for veterans in career transition, their families, and their employers. Matt serves as the veteran Transition Assistance officer for his West Point class. He is also co-chair of the Cincinnati MyVA Community Veterans Engagement Board, leads the Workforce Development committee of YourNexStage in Washington D.C., and actively serves several other veteran collaboratives around the country.

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