Aug 10, 2020
Develop an Overcome Mindset:
Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman
shares his triumphs over adversity. Many people think the biggest
adversity Jason experienced was an ambush in Iraq. However, toward
the end of this episode, Jason shares what he considers his biggest
adversity. Furthermore, Jason shares how we can develop an overcome
mindset. Also, Jason teaches his lessons learned in a relatable
way. You don’t have to be a Navy SEAL to apply these principles to
your life. As Jason says, “These are not SEAL lessons, these are
human lessons!” Listen to this episode and walk away with a
new perspective and understanding that there are no bad days, only
good days and great days.
About Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman:
Jason spent 10 years as an
enlisted Navy SEAL and ten years as a SEAL Officer leading SEAL
teams in combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan.
On September 13, 2007 while acting
as Assault Force Commander on an operation to capture an Al Qaeda
High Value Individual, LT Redman’s Assault Team came under heavy
machine gun and small arms fire. Jason along with two other
Teammates were wounded in the ensuing firefight. Despite being shot
twice in the arm and once in the face, as well as multiple rounds
to his helmet, Night Vision Goggles, body armor, and weapon, Jason
and his Team fought valiantly winning the fight, ensuring everyone
came home alive.
Jason is a New York Times
bestselling author and has appeared on multiple national news
networks including Fox News, CBS, CNN, and CBN. In addition, Jason
has been featured in multiple documentaries including History
Channel’s, Navy SEALs, America’s Secret Warriors. Also, Jason is an
actor playing the lead role in The Perfect Day film and a
supporting character on an episode of Hawaii 5-0.
- First, Emily introduces Retired Navy SEAL Jason
Jason explains how his Assault Team came under heavy machine gun and
small arms fire.
along with two other Teammates were wounded in the ensuing
all face ambushes in our lives.
we can move onward and shape our future.
is a living example of that.
Jason explains that life ambushes are the bullets and bombs of
talks about how life is hard.
talks about how his experience brought him back to God.
injured, he called out to God for strength and received
talks about his faith.
Emily and Jason talk about how we all think we’re going to die of
think our plans will unfold the way we laid them out in our
thankful for his second chance.
- Furthermore, Jason has a plan for his life but
knows his plan can change on a dime.
the end of the day, this life you’ve been given is
talks about how he decided to become a Navy SEAL.
asked Jason what made him keep going when he had skeptics in
his life telling him he couldn’t be a SEAL.
describes his injuries from the firefight in Iraq.
- Thenm, Emily asks what his attitude was as he
lay in the hospital bed after realizing how badly he was
describes a conversation he overheard while lying in his hospital
he talks about the sign he left on his door at the
Jason talks about mindset.
ways what he’s teaching us aren’t SEAL principals they’re human
Jason shares his technique for staying on course, to accomplish his
talks about his non profit and his business.
trains his clients to be proactive in lead themselves to be better
prepared for life’s ambushes.
does Jason consider his biggest failure?
talks about how he stepped out of victimhood and owned his
- Finally - it’s never too late. People think
they messed up too much.
passed and they can’t go after hopes and dreams.
you’re still breathing it’s not too late.
all of us get a second chance - go after what you want. DO
had regrets when he laid there dying and he doesn’t want to have