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Book 4: MILITARY TRANSITION MISTAKES VETERAN MAKE

The most common transition mistakes are discussed in this guidebook along with tactics to avoid and overcome. Every military member should study this ebook prior to their transition. 1. Not starting early enough2. Not taking ownership3. Limited self-awareness4. Not understanding the process5. Not developing a strong network6. Not evaluating all sources of advice7. Too focused…
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Book 3: MILITARY TO CIVILIAN TRANSITION CHALLENGES

Transition challenges and specific tactics to overcome are discussed in this guidebook, along with ways employers can assist military members. 1. Loss of Purpose or Meaning2. Loss of Community or Identity3. Loss of Structure4. Language Barriers5. Culture Barriers6. Information Barriers7. Time Concerns8. Family Concerns9. Employment & Financial Concerns10. Limited Self-Reflection11. Reluctance to Ask for Help12.…
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Book 2: WINNING THE EMPLOYMENT GAME

Finding your ideal job after the military is a competition. The first step in the process is understanding the rules and how the game is played. This ebook provides the rules and tips to win. PART 1: How to Win – How the game is played – The open and hidden job marketsPART 2: Getting…
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Book 1: TRUTHS ABOUT THE MILITARY TRANSITION

Ten lessons everyone should be aware of on day-1 of the military. This is an easy-to-read guidebook that delivers useful insights from veterans who’ve gone before you. 1. Everyone will transition2. You are responsible for your own transition3. The process can be stressful and confusing4. Understanding and preparation are essential5. Everyone has a different experience6.…
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V2I New Year Newsletter #6

Welcome to the sixth volume of the Vets2Industry newsletter “The Round.” Inside this newsletter, you can expect to read articles from fellow veterans, Vets2Industry volunteers, and industry experts – focusing on New Year and new beginnings! This newsletter is for you and by you! Please reach out to us if you want to contribute –…
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V2I Newsletter #5

Welcome to the fifth volume of the Vets2Industry newsletter “The Round.” Inside this newsletter, you can expect to read articles from fellow veterans, Vets2Industry volunteers, and industry experts – focusing in on our caregivers! This newsletter is for you and by you! Please reach out to us if you want to contribute – we are…
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Special Veterans Day Edition of The Round

Welcome to the fourth volume and Veterans Day edition of the Vets2Industry newsletter “The Round.” Inside this newsletter, you can expect to read articles from fellow veterans, Vets2Industry volunteers, and industry experts. So many great tips from Michael Parise about coping with COVID-19 in a positive way. If you have attended any of the Vets2Industry…
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V2I Newsletter #3

Welcome to the third volume of the Vets2Industry newsletter “The Round.” Inside this newsletter, you can expect to read articles from fellow veterans, Vets2Industry volunteers, and industry professionals. This newsletter is for you and by you! Please reach out to us if you want to contribute – we are always looking for talented writers for…
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V2I Newsletter #2

Welcome to the second volume of the Vets2Industry newsletter “The Round.” Inside this newsletter, you can expect to read articles from fellow veterans, Vets2Industry volunteers, and industry professionals. This newsletter is for you and by you! Please reach out to us if you want to contribute – we are always looking for talented writers for…
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VETS2INDUSTRY | A group of people with text overlay - A recovering introvert's guide to networking

Five Ways Introverts Can Gain More Confidence When Networking

Networking is a great way to meet people and develop mutually beneficial relationships where you can help achieve each other’s goals. Although only mildly introverted, I used to find networking events exhausting. I felt uncomfortable approaching others and insincere because I always felt like I was being pushy. Making connections was a struggle, I needed…
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