The key to life and business success is often down to timing. Retired US Navy Captain Alysa Ambrose, one of only a handful of women to command a warship, courageously chose to transition out while her career was on the ascent.
After a successful military career, trailblazer Alysa is now in law school. Listen as she explains the personal motivation that drove her decision, and the reality of adapting to life as a veteran.
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00:00 Meet Alysa, 25 years of service on six different ships.
03:13 Becoming one of the first women to command a navy warship and experience a full career in combat.
04:24 Post-Navy career options; making a decision, the move to greater Pittsburgh.
06:06 Learning to cope with post-military life and bring up three children in a global pandemic.
08:54 Fulfilling a childhood dream, being accepted into law school.
11:02 Alysa’s top learning point for all veterans making the decision to transition.
13:34 The challenge in achieving a balance; adapting to the first year in law school and ‘’being present’’ for three young children.
15:37 Gene’s Business Tip: Attend a seminar. Invest in yourself to enhance your future business success. Learn why seminars can help to support and develop your professional and business growth.
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Coming Up In Episode 3: Celebrating ten successful years in consultancy, retired Lieutenant Colonel Rico Vaca epitomizes what it means to make an intentional transition. Listen Now.