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Empowering You to Live Life on Target

God-fearing husband, father, business owner and special operations veteran on a mission to help you live boldly.

I spent 14 years in elite U.S. Army special operations, completing thousands of combat missions during my career. Then I gave up the steady paycheck and "job security" to focus on what really matters: family and community. I had accomplished a lot and was feeling pretty good about myself. Then I fell flat on his face – financially, psychologically, and relationally. Now, I'm succeeding in all those categories, because I learned to trust God more and deal with my failures head on. I want you to have that ability too! Not by living a life with less risk or more perceived safety but by cultivating a mindset that enables you to live life on target!

Recent Podcast Episodes:

During this interview Nathan shares what he's doing to build a durable household and how you can get started now moving beyond the W2/"secure job" (30:30 mark of the podcast)!
Nathan and his former military team mate discuss small business, branching out to multiple ventures, parenting, challenging himself, and being a faith leader.
The time is now to build durable households and get entrepreneurial!
As I fight to maintain the mental edge, keep growing my companies and be a leader in my home and community, this program has been an essential tool!
Dates aren't just for single people. You should regularly get away with your spouse to reconnect and talk about the future together.
Discussing on what it means to be a Christian, what it means to be a patriot, what happened it 2020, and what it looks like to fight for liberties in the future.
In this episode of Filter, Nathan contrasts life as a special operations soldier with the life of running small businesses and prioritizing family. He shares practical strategies to pursue your calling despite the risks. He also gives a transparent look into some financial and time management struggles he faced as a budding entrepreneur, and how focusing on the right things (earlier rather than later) provides the margin to pursue your passions.
In the Army, we always said there are two types of rangers “strong rangers” and “smart rangers.” While it’s always an option to make something happen via brute force there is often a smarter way.
In this day and age people love to play the victim and blame others for their lack of joy and success. Taking ownership is the beginning of a richer, fuller life.

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