Lt. Col. Waldo Waldman has NOT ONLY flown 65 combat missions and logged 2,650 flight hours…
… but he’s also a NYT Bestselling author and Hall of Fame public speaker (joining the ranks of people like Ronald Reagan, Zig Ziglar, and Les Brown).
And today, you and I get to hang out with him.
In this episode, you will learn:
How Waldo went from being a claustrophobic afraid of heights… to flying 65 combat missions and 2,650 flight hours… and then completely shifting careers to eventually become an inductee into the National Speakers Association Speaker Hall of Fame
How on one mission, Waldo’s wingman Pigpen saved his life by helping him to outmaneuver 4 missiles the size of 55-foot telephone poles launched at him… and what that story has to do with helping YOU to overcome great obstacles in your life
How understanding Air Force fundamentals like “Chair Flying” and “Checking 6” can help you adapt to massive change and be more resilient