Some people think about adventure — and others make their life a living adventure.
Nate graduated high school unsure about his path in life. Looking for a challenge and to make a difference, he made his way to the Darfur region of Sudan to help in the refugee camps. The experience, coupled with his memories of 9/11, inspired him to enlist in the U.S. Army as a Special Forces candidate, and he became one of 11 from his class of 150 to graduate with a Green Beret. He has served in Iraq and Afghanistan, earning a Bronze Star for heroism in combat.
In this episode:
-Appreciating the Process
-Being fueled by negative energy
-Why you can’t be afraid to fail
-Looking up to his father
-Why he got into trouble as a kid
-The “Blue Collar” Way
-The challenges of giving your children everything or nothing
-Embracing change and becoming uncomfortable
-What motivated him to go to Darfur
-Confidence v. Cockiness
-Having a purpose
-Why making a difference is important to him
-Outworking everyone el