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See how your preparations stack up against other military members / military spouses
Learn how the Military Transition 1.0 model complicates your individual thinking process and decision making
Military Transition 1.0 Highlights:
Has two inherent design flaws: insufficient time + no individual training component
Insufficient time = once you’re within 12 months, your workload triples
No individual training component = no training on mindset and individual decision making
PreVeteran’s Military Transition 2.0 Highlights:
Corrects Military Transition 1.0 model’s two design flaws
Sufficient time = we’re seeking military members and military spouses 1-3 years prior to separation or retirement
Individual training component = lean how to orient yourself in the chaos and navigate to success
Video Time Stamp:
00:00 – 00:59 Introduction
01:00 – 04:25 Survey aggregate results (so you can see how you stack up!)
04:26 – 04:44 The problem—poor military transitions
04:45 – 07:28 Reason #1—the Military Transition 1.0 model
07:29 – 08:40 Reason #2—Individual thinking stemming from the Military Transition 1.0 model
08:41 – 12:43 Reiterating the problem—poor military transitions
12:44 – 14:30 The solution—PreVeteran’s Military Transition 2.0 model
14:31 – 15:30 Military Transition 2.0 model—Navigate & iterate
15:31 – 16:25 Conclusion and your 10% off code! Coupon code: quiz
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