fbpx

The Crossroads of Special Operations

Friday, April 16, 2021

Transforming a personal brand after hardship: A case study with Adam Weitsman | Forbes

Must Read

White House won’t say whether special operations troops will remain in Afghanistan after Sept. 11 | Washington Examiner

After President Joe Biden's promise of a full military withdrawal by Sept. 11, the White House remains silent whether...

Armed overwatch: Airpower in irregular warfare—past, present and future | Modern Warfare Institute

For a long time, aviation has played a significant role in irregular warfare. Despite all the technological advancements today,...

This future Medal of Honor recipient started a spy ring while held in a Hanoi prison | We Are the Mighty

Capt. James Stockdale was the senior ranking officer at the infamous Hoa Lo prison, the Hanoi Hilton. After three...

In an interview with Adam Weitsman, the CEO of Upstate Shredding- Weitsman Recycling, he shared how he turned his struggles in business into a steppingstone for his successful business. He believes that integrity and being transparent is what matters for him. Weitsman learned that “Hard times are the best time to make a new start.” The pandemic has put a heavy weight on many businesses and if you believe that there is a purpose for your hardship, you can be successful that can also make a difference one day.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/shamahyder/2020/11/25/transforming-a-personal-brand-after-hardship-a-case-study-with-adam-weitsman/?sh=6c9b15e9129e

- Advertisement -

- Advertisement -

Latest News

White House won’t say whether special operations troops will remain in Afghanistan after Sept. 11 | Washington Examiner

After President Joe Biden's promise of a full military withdrawal by Sept. 11, the White House remains silent whether...

- Advertisement -

More Articles Like This

- Advertisement -