Dealing With Stress: Flying 27 Combat Missions Over Japan – Episode 1 – Part 1
In this episode, Clay Clark (Business coach and former US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year) sits down to talk with Jack Nadel, business owner of one of the most successful promotional materials companies in the world and & veteran of 27 combat missions over Japan. During this training, they discuss how to deal with stress and everything that goes into a combat missions while flying in a B-29 bomber. Before reaching a target, Jack and his entire crew were sitting up in the bomber for 7 1/2 hours. Combat missions that lasted 15 hours long required crew members to stay focus for an extremely long period of time. Most business owners and entrepreneurs do not think about dealing with stress as a specific challenge or struggle that it Is anticipated while starting a business. If you can master the way that you will manage stress on a regular basis, you will be able to control your emotions and keep from feeling overwhelmed and burnt out before you achieve the time and financial freedom that you are working towards. Jack gives his first-hand account of what it is like in dealing in high stress situations and the different strategies that he used to keep calm while performing at a very high level. Clay Clark asks very good question of Jack that show that dealing with stress is an important skill that business owners and entrepreneurs must have. If you enjoy this training, make sure that you check out the other training by Jack Nadel that surround the topic of dealing with stress, and his other series as well. If you want to learn more, make sure that you sign up for our two day intensive business workshop that covers 15 hours of business coaching and training at our Thrive headquarters.