In 2006, I started this show and I really wanted to share stories of people who have displayed a tremendous amount of resilience. People who have become successful not because the path was perfectly paved for them but who became successful after stumbling, falling, and getting back up.
This episode’s guest is Garrett Lowe, former Air Force pilot. In this 2015 interview, Garrett talks about becoming a pilot. There were lots of obstacles in the way, but he did not let them define him. He had a distinguished and decorated flying career in spite of those obstacles.
At times we play tricks on ourselves and tell ourselves that we must go it alone to be successful. However as a listener of this show you know that is not true. It is about the people we have on our team.
As Garrett retired from his career in the Air Force, he asked himself “how did I get to this point?” His mentors made a difference in his life and Garrett is here to talk about the importance of mentors.
“Effort and experience are what define you and that is what makes you who you are,” says Garrett in this episode.
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WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- Garrett’s background and his story
- The importance of mentors
- 3 criteria to look for in a mentor
- How to look back and reflect
- What impact mentors can have on your life
- The importance of feedback
- Two takeaways
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