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Jason Redman far surpassed our expectations.
In twenty minutes, he blended an amazing number of emotions with antidotes that left us laughing, left us with great pride, left us with sadness and finally left us with tears as he concluded his speech. I have listened to many great leadership and motivational speakers and Jay is simply awesome. He has a natural leadership ability and a stage presence that commands instant respect, he has a humble self deprecating sense of humor, he has a naturally good communication ability, and an incredible personal journey to share. I find that great speeches force people to think and Jay did that extremely well.
We actually had clients say his speech “changed their lives”.
As a SEAL operator, I had the honor of serving with some of the best warriors and leaders in the United States military. Jay Redman’s humble and direct account of his journey growing up in the SEAL Teams, overcoming much personal adversity, and coming to understand what it is to be an effective combat leader and officer is remarkable. His life is the epitome of the Never Quit spirit that I stand for. I would recommend this book for anyone looking for inspiration to become a better leader or overcome adversity.
BOOK JASON REDMAN TO SPEAK
- Stoic is the Leader (10/29/2014) - When I was younger I used to wear my emotions on my sleeve. When I was excited, I was super excited and bounced off the walls like a pinball in an arcade machine. When I was upset I sulked. Every criticism was a direct attack and I let it show. You never needed to ask
- From the Other Perspective – Guest Blogger – Erica Redman (10/18/2014) - I recently was asked to speak along with Jay at the Navy Seal Foundation Dinner in Hawaii. It happened to be on September 13th, exactly 7 years from my husbands injury. The Navy Seal Foundation has done so much for our family that I couldn’t say no. I decided to share the speech that I
- 7th Rebirthday (10/11/2014) - Exactly Seven years ago on September 13, on a star rich Iraqi night, as a young LTJG I checked my weapon one last time, as the Helicopter I was on, set down for a high value Capture Kill mission. I led my team into the target building only to find our enemy leader wasn’t there.