Drop and Give Me 20 | Military Entrepreneurs within the Active Duty, Military Spouse, and Veteran-Owned Business Community Share Stories and Lessons Learned
About This Show
The military community is full of successful business owners, managers, and leaders across all industries, military and civilian. Time to show them off and learn from their experiences! Hear stories of active duty members, military spouses, and veterans as host Lindsey Germono shines a spotlight on their challenges, triumphs, and the insights learned through determination and best business practices. Join Lindsey and guests in insightful discussions of what it takes to be a leading military entrepreneur.
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019: [Mini-Series] Jonny Coreson
6 days ago
This segment is the 4th of a 5 part series dedicated to our active duty service members transitioning out of the service and starting their entrepreneurial journey. Jonny Coreson is active duty Navy and provides Career counseling services to transitioning service members. Important topics they discuss: [1:06] Jonny is active duty Navy and provides Career counseling services to transitioning service members [1:39] How he formed Bluejacketeer [3:23] Career counseling in 2013 [4:38] Be realistic when pursuing entrepreneurship [5:00] Advice: Go research and use resources available. [7:38] Elevator speech to communicate what you want to do. [8:28] Using creative financing and bootstrapping [9:00] Passion to support the navy [10:10] Boots to business [12:31] What type of business should an active duty service member form? Quote: "Answer the basic questions and be confident in your way forward and plug into these resources early and glean. Just be a sponge." -Jonny Coreson Social: National Military Family Association Facebook Page Inc 5000 Inc 5000 Conferences StreetShares BlueJacketeer BlueJacketeer Facebook Page Email Jonny Facebook Group - Drop and Give Me 20