“We’re innovators and we’re gonna change the game a little bit here. Y’know? And we’ll probably piss a lot of people off.”– Nate Boyer
Hello everyone, welcome to Episode #19 of the “Spotlight Podcast: Success Stories for Veterans” where it is our job to breakdown and analyze Titans in both the military and civilian communities to discover their tactics, mindset, and systems so that you can apply them to your life, and your transition. Those titans range from NYT best-selling authors, to former heads of state, to other divergent thinkers who dominate their field by challenging conventional wisdom.
Today we are interviewing Nate Boyer.
Nate’s transition story began when he left active duty with the Green Berets to attend the University of Texas, where he earned a starting spot on the football team as a walk-on. Nate went on to gain more national attention for his role in the Colin Kaepernick protest.
Now Nate is making films, working with Mission 6 Zero, and featured in the book Deliberate Discomfort.
So how does Nate do it all? Listen and find out.
P.S. Don’t forget to check out Mission 6 Zero and the book from their team Deliberate Discomfort.
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