The Tactical Empire with Jeff Smith
Having served at the highest levels of the U.S. Army Special Operations in 2nd Ranger Battalion, Jeff Smith came to understand the relationship between discipline, strategic action, and success. However, the transition back to civilian life – and civilian work – introduced Jeff to the unhappy, sedated daily life of the average corporate slave.
So, he found a way to achieve on his own terms.
Jeff is now a successful entrepreneur with more than a decade of real estate investing experience along with owning a thriving fitness and performance business. And he wants to help you blow past “average” and build your own definition of success in business, in life, and within your family, too.
If you’re a high-achieving family man with an entrepreneurial spirit and the drive to relentlessly pursue higher goals and more knowledge, this is the show for you.
With every episode, the Tactical Empire Show will bring you the stories, insights, and wealth creation strategies of the top-performing entrepreneurs in a range of industries. No holds barred here – you’ll hear the honest wins, losses and no-bullshit advice you need to create abundance, cultivate discipline, and realize your full potential as a leader and a man.
We’re not wasting any time. Let’s go win!
Episode 19: Jon Rennie - Don’t Let Yourself Get Stuck
We all grew up dreaming of working for ourselves. Maybe, you even picture yourself as one of those entrepreneurs with a sleek office and a team of assistants. A lot of people feel like they’re stuck in a job they hate and doing work they don’t feel passionate about, just like in a corporate world. In this episode, Jon Rennie shares his wisdom on how to learn in working in a corporate world but not letting yourself get stuck working on it forever. You can be independent and have your own brand.
Jon Rennie was a former naval officer for five years, working in three different global companies in 22 years of his career after the end of the cold war, currently a business owner in the manufacturing space, and a renowned leadership author. He has two best-selling books on leadership, mostly from his experiences in the military and then how he brought that to the business world, both in corporate and in the entrepreneurial space.
What You’ll Learn:
The difference between leading in a corporate world vs. leading in a small to medium-size business
Living your purpose and not living other’s
Importance of learning your craft, especially what you’re really attractive to practice to.