Sing, Aim High & Be Resilient
Our lives and our testimonies when shared, breed the very hope, faith, love and camaraderie we need to Press On! http://www.LATalkRadio.com/content/Christina-Silva-Show
Each week, we can inspired by Educating Our Veterans using our very own experiences!
The way to be strong is to always remember the core of who we are and to share with others with a grateful heart. This is far easier said than done at time.
Life is a race, a marathon and the winners endure throughout life’s various phases as when we served in our Camies 2 Civies. We are all like soldiers hoping to attain the prize which is happiness and success with our families and amongst our peers, colleagues and partners.
To emulate models and to aspire to be like our mentors is a learning experience we all cherish and we green from one another life lessons, the ability to strive and to attain our goals despite the journey, the pain and sometimes the struggle.
Meet Chief Master Sergeant Vincent Howard, USAF (Ret.) Community Support Coordinator at Davis Monthan Air Force Base in Tucson, Arizona today who will share of his greatest moments in over 30 years of outstanding service. Chief Howard’s career role First Sergeant for fifteen years means he is whole heartedly able to give back in the way of safety and higher education.
CMSgt Howard shares that he has had the honor under saddening circumstances to meet our President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama in his life time has won Excellence Awards during his illustrious Air Force career. As a Master Degree graduate in Leadership, we can be sure that Chief Howard can empathize with fellow Airmen who are on the rise in service and with those who may be approaching retirement and separating from the USAF which is a transition we all must be well prepared to handle. The Armed Forces equips us with such vast training and demands we all develop total resiliency skills and balance our lives with mental, social, physical and spiritual techniques for wellness. We can do anything as we hear talking points of wisdom from Chief Howard and his fellow Air Force service members.
Educating Our Veterans with many voices and many unique service men and women willing to share their service highlights, talents and triumphs enriches our walk and gives us empathy and gratitude because in our country we have the freedom to speak empowerment to everyone in our community and the world. Joining us again to share the power of song writing, singing and speaking out is returning guest, Tops in Blue performer and US Air Force veteran, Joleen Dedmon.
Spreading the spirit of resiliency and living life as transparently as possible through all the ups and downs we face in this life means we all have the chance to strap on our boots and persevere. We also share a common bond knowing our voices and vote matters but to put the work into anything we seek to obtain calls for help. Let us give you encouragement and patriotic flare today and let us share a moment to self reflect and be uplifted. Remember your goals, re-focus and re-group in order to make it to the next level or milestone on your path.