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(Business Leaders Edition)

Every enterprise needs leadership, but great leaders are formed through both success and failure. Are you and your organization positioned properly for this new age of leadership? 


In Money Matters Business Leaders Edition Volume #1, I share my journey of leaving the military and transitioning into the civilian life of an entrepreneur. Why is this important? For starters, by 2043, women are projected to make up 16.3 percent of all living Veterans according to a report released by the Department of Veterans Affairs. With an increasing number of women transitioning into the civilian workforce, it’s important employers understand the unique challenges these women face.


Here's an excerpt from my chapter, A Woman Veteran From Exit to Entrepreneur, to set the stage:

“May 26, 1994, was the first day of my civilian life. I visited the grocery store for the first time in four years and found myself paralyzed in front of what seemed like thousands of cereal choices. I felt more overwhelmed, at that moment, than I did when I started my first day of boot camp. Why didn’t anyone prepare me for what I would encounter as I left my military life behind?”

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