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Brandon Webb served in the US Navy for over a decade as a Navy Chief, SEAL, and head instructor at the US Navy sniper school before becoming an entrepreneur.
Webb’s greatest fear had always been total personal failure, a reality that he faced when he lost his business, his family’s life savings, and then watched his marriage dissolve.
However, when Webb managed to rebuild his life and land a six figure salary, he quickly threw it all away to start another business — because to Webb, fear that keeps you from letting go and achieving your potential is poisonous.
The following is an excerpt from “Mastering Fear: A Navy SEAL’s Guide” by Brandon Webb and John David Mann:
I’d been out of the service for more than five years, most of that time spent building Wind Zero, my multimillion-dollar business venture. I’d poured in just about all my net worth, money I’d been saving for years, as well as money from a lot of investors, including family members, friends from the military, and more. All this had blown up in my face. And then my wife told me she was leaving. And taking the kids. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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