Dealing With Stress: Flying 27 Combat Missions Over Japan – Episode 2 – Part 1
In this episode Clay Clark, former US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year and business coach, sits down with Jack Nadel (Business owner of one of the most successful promotional materials companies in the world) to talk about his experience in flying in 27 combat missions over Japan. Jack had the experience of being a crew member on the B-29 bomber and dealt with stress on a regular basis. The strategies that they discussing this series is immensely helpful to entrepreneurs and business owners that are looking to deal with regular stresses such as employees, accounting, and competition. If you can master the strategies that are outlined in these episodes and shifting your mental focus towards the things that need to be done, rather than the emotion, you can be successful in your business as well. Jack outlines the emotion of having to prepare for a 28th combat mission when he received the news that there would be no more combat missions for what he was required to do. Obviously a very emotional sentiment, he recounts the experience of having received that news and the emotions that came with it. Similarly, as a business owner and having work for a long time towards your goals, finally achieving them can bring intense emotions with it. However, unless you master the skills four dealing with stress and remaining focused for long period of time, you will not achieve the time and financial freedom that you’re working towards. If you enjoy this training in history of the B-29 bomber, then make sure that you check out the other videos in this series. Also, if you would like more practical training, make sure that you sign up for one of our upcoming business workshops that occur over two days and included 15 hours of business coaching that will change your perspective on business and provide all of the best practice and proven strategies for growing it.