Dealing With Stress: Flying 27 Combat Missions Over Japan – Episode 2 – Part 2
In this business training episode, Clay Clark (Business coach and former US Small Business Administration Entrepreneur of the Year) breaks down the principle of dealing with stress with Jack Nadel who has flown in 27 combat missions over Japan and is recognized as the business owner of one of the most successful promotional materials companies in the world. Clay begins this particular video by asking a very important question, “after finishing a tour of higher emotional stress, why would you begin a journey of high financial stress?” This is a question that is important for all of the entrepreneurs and business owners watching, because growing a business will involve high stress levels regarding finances on a regular basis. In this episode, Jack explains that he loved every minute of it. Whenever dealing with stress, you must find a way to separate emotional instability and stress from the specific actions that need to be taken within the business. If you can do this, you have a higher likelihood of being able to achieve the time and financial freedom that you’re working towards. For Jack, finishing his tour in the B-29 bomber was only the beginning. From there, he embarked on growing a successful business until he chose to retire at the age of 70. At age 70, he has had so much for filming from having written seven books over the next 21 years of his life through retirement. Because he has mastered the time and financial freedom that he set his mind to, he has been able to teach and right what he has wanted for the past 21 years. If you enjoy this training, make sure that you check out the other videos of his in this series. If you would like to come out to a workshop, make sure that you sign up for tickets four hour intensive to day business workshop that is held at the Thrive headquarters.