Navigating Leadership and Business with Tameka Rushing

84: Navigating Leadership and Business with Tameka Rushing

From Military Service to Entrepreneurship

“I’ve experienced all types of leaders. Good, bad, in between. I’ve seen how bad leadership affects people and their health. What it can do to the body through stress.” -Tameka Rushing

In this episode of Make Your Move, I’m chatting with Tameka Rushing, a 21-year Air Force veteran and CEO of Glass Half Full Solutions. You can find her section in The Military Effect by Scott Manthorne in chapter 43, on page 139.

The discussion revolved around her journey from military service to entrepreneurship and the importance of networking in finding success. Tameka shed light on the challenges and opportunities that come with transitioning from the military into the civilian business world and the critical role of passion and networking in this process.

Listen to the full episode to hear Tameka’s inspiring story, filled with practical guidance for those navigating this phase of their lives.

Visit themilitaryeffect.com, read Scott’s book, and listen to each weekly episode of Make Your Move to learn more. By challenging your assumptions and understanding the incredible impact veterans have and continue to have, we can create a better future for all of us.

WHAT’S IN THIS EPISODE

  • Military Network and Transitioning
  • The Evolution of Tameka’s Business
  • Mentorship and the Impact of Leadership
  • Tameka’s Engagement with the Local Chamber of Commerce

YOUR MOVE

You Need a Way to Quickly Assess the Health of the Sales Opportunity

8 Must-Know Elements of the Federal Sale will help you avoid missing your federal sales opportunity.

 

As a bonus, you’ll also receive The Federal Funding hotwire, insights delivered straight to your inbox.

8 Elements of Every Federal Sale Gene Moran Free Download
Make Your Move Podcast with Gene Moran
Subscribe to the podcast
Gene Moran

Gene spent nearly 25 years in uniform, serving in six ships and more than ten duty stations, and visiting over 50 countries serving as a US Navy Surface Warfare Officer and retiring as a Captain. In corporate, he led legislative affairs for a large international defense company from the Washington, DC office. In doing so, Gene gained a detailed understanding of the defense industrial base and supply chains of myriad platforms, systems and capabilities. Then in 2013, he took the leap to start his own business, Capitol Integration. Since then Gene has helped scores of companies improve their federal positions.

Download Your Copy of 8 Must-Know Elements of the Federal Sale

How to Avoid Missing Federal Sales Opportunities

ZIPLINING THROUGH THE VALLEY OF DEATH

Want to unlock funding secrets and close federal contracts faster?

Book Mockup noshadow