How to Close Deals on the First Impression with Jason Van Camp, CEO of Mission Six Zero and Executive Chairman of Warrior Rising
Zero to Somewhere
Look, If you had, One shot, Or one opportunity, To seize everything you ever wanted... ... Would you take down and hog tie the head coach of an NFL Football Team along with all of his staff to make a great first impression and win your first customer? Jason Van Camp did. Leadership classes or keynote speaking on leadership: www.missionsixzero.com Become a Vetrepreneur or sponsor the next generation: www.warriorrising.org To learn how to embrace Discomfort: www.deliberatediscomfort.com To learn how to change your whole person: challenge.deliberatediscomfort.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dieseljackmedia/support
Rise Up Live Speaker: Jason Van Camp on Deliberate Discomfort
Rise Up. Live Free.
In today’s episode, Jimmy meets Jason Van Camp to discuss the value of being uncomfortable and how that is essential to the Hero's Journey.The Cashflow Tactics Team is pleased to welcome Jason back to the podcast. He is a former Green Beret, best-selling author, and founder of Mission Six Zero, a leadership consulting company.In a world where everybody is telling you to seek comfort and take the easy path, Jason tells people to do the exact opposite: seek discomfort.It's a counterintuitive approach. We're conditioned to choose comfort but taking the road less traveled, being vulnerable, daring to do something, or doing something that scares you is what brings you to success. Most of the time, breaking something and building it all over is what it takes to improve it. That’s why for us humans, there is no growth in the comfort zone. We have to choose hard things, or hard things will choose us, you know, it's going to happen either way. We just have to be proactive about it.Key Takeaways:Introduction (0:00)A counterintuitive idea that works so well (3:20)The story behind The Deliberate Discomfort (18:39)The benefits of embracing being uncomfortable (26:23)Becoming the person you were destined to be (29:56)The Deliberate Discomfort Challenge (31:21)Additional Resources:Join Our CashFlow Tactics GroupTake Our FREE 5-day CashFlow Tactics Challenge
Combat Story (Ep 35): Jason Van Camp | Green Beret | Special Forces | Mission Six Zero | Author
EVENT: If you'd like to attend a Q&A session with Combat Story's Ryan Fugit, please fill out this form. Today we hear the Combat Story of Jason Van Camp, a former Special Forces officer (Green Beret) and Operational Detachment Alpha (ODA) Commander in 10th Special Forces Group who served multiple combat deployments. Jason played linebacker at West Point and served a two-year LDS-Mormon mission to Russia, and upon graduation won the prestigious General Loeffke Award for Excellence in Foreign Languages, before starting active duty. As a Green Beret, Jason brought the fight to AQ and led soldiers through dangerous Special Forces missions that honed his leadership and team building skills. Since leaving the military, Jason founded and is Chairman of Mission Six Zero, a leadership development firm, and is also Executive Director and Co-Founder at Warrior Rising, which empowers veterans in business. Jason is a Wall Street Journal and 2 x #1 Amazon Best Selling Author for his book Deliberate Discomfort: How U.S. Special Operations Forces Overcome Fear and Dare to Win by Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable and was recognized as a Top Military Entrepreneur of the Year in 2020. I hope you enjoy his humble yet impactful Combat Story as much as I did. Find Jason Online: Instagram @jasonbavancamp Instagram @missionsixzero Instagram @wearewarriorrising LinkedIN Website Mission Six Zero Website Warrior Rising Find Ryan online: Follow on Instagram @combat_stories Email firstname.lastname@example.org Learn more about Ryan Intro Song: Sport Rock from Audio Jungle Show Notes 0:00 - Intro 0:54 - Jason Van Camp Guest Bio 1:48 - Interview Begins 3:44 - “I inspire other people to be the best version of themself.” 5:11 - Military history of the family 10:37 - The challenging West Point experience 13:14 - The football experience 15:52 - “You have to find a new purpose.” 16:29 - “Your worth as an officer is based on your ability to run a two-mile run test.” 22:33 - The Ranger School Idea 28:08 - “I love being an army, more so than ever thought I would” 28:19 - “I want to make an impact. I want to have a meaningful life. I want to have a purpose.” 35:39 - A rollercoaster of emotions 39:01 - “We had nowhere to go and nowhere to live.” 40:53 - “’ Peshmerga’ is translated to ‘those who faced death.’” 45:31 - “You’re in combat; you got to trust your gut.” 49:23 - “I wouldn’t trade that for Rob’s life.” 50:25 - Mission Six Zero 50:29 - “I’m happiest when I’m being selfish about being selfless.” 50:40 - The vision behind Warrior Rising 51:31 - Jason’s interest in giving back 53:48 - Outro
Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable - with Jason Van Camp
Eric Rogell Talks with Warriors, Lovers, Kings, and Heroes
Jason Van Camp knows the value and power of being uncomfortable. Of deliberately pushing yourself out of your comfort zone. Jason pushed himself while at West Point. He pushed himself to earn his US Army Ranger tab and Green Beret. As Detachment Commander for the 10th Special Forces Group he led nearly 300 combat missions. Now, as leader of Mission Six Zero, he trains executives to get comfortable being uncomfortable so they can win at business and at life. And on today’s episode, Jason will give you some of those same strategies you can use to get comfortable getting uncomfortable.
Jason Van Camp is the author of the book, Deliberate Discomfort, which is both a Wall Street Journal and 2x #1 Amazon Best Selling book. For the last 10+ years, he has run the consulting firm, Mission Six Zero, which dramatically improve sales performance, reduces costs, and wins by providing their client's teams with a new way of solving organizational problems. He is also the Executive Director of the 501-3c organization, Warrior Rising. He is a graduate of West Point, as well as Brigham Young University's Business School, and is a 14-year Veteran of the US Army, where he served in the Green Beret. https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-van-camp-076a5339/ https://www.amazon.com/Deliberate-Discomfort-Operations-Comfortable-Uncomfortable/dp/1733428011 https://missionsixzero.com/ https://www.warriorrising.org/
Today we are joined with Jason Van Camp, a former Special Forces Green Beret Detachment Commander. We discuss what it meant to play football at West Point, deploy during the invasion to Iraq, and go through Special Forces selection and the Q course. Jason explains how his medical retirement was anything but planned and where his life has taken him since. Whether it’s through his companies Mission Six Zero and Warrior Rising, or writing a bestselling book, Jason has proven time and time again that he can adapt to change and find success.
Jason Van Camp - Author of Deliberate Discomfort: How U.S. Special Operations Forces Overcome Fear and Dare to Win by Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable [Service]
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Jason Van Camp - Author of Deliberate Discomfort: How U.S. Special Operations Forces Overcome Fear and Dare to Win by Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable [Service] He talks about: · The difference between trust and a training mindset · The importance of mental strength · Why it’s difficult to have self-discipline The book that has influenced Jason the most in the past year: ✔️ Outlaw Platoon: https://amzn.to/3cagL81 ✔️ Shoe Dog: https://amzn.to/3155mQz ✔️ The Subtle Art of not giving a F*ck: https://amzn.to/3r9lKtV His note all the customer service and CX professionals:“Choose hard things or hard things will choose you.” JOIN THE PRESS 1 FOR NICK COMMUNITY: LinkedIn Website Connect with Nick BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS: Learn about all the guests book recommendations here. BROUGHT TO YOU BY: 𝐕𝐃𝐒: They are a client-first consulting firm focused on strategy, business outcomes, and technology. They provide holistic consulting services to optimize your customer contact center, inspiring and designing transformational change to modernize and prepare your business for the future. Learn more. This podcast is under the umbrella of CX of M Radio. SUPPORT: Want to support this show? Click here to buy me a coffee. SPONSORING OPPORTUNITIES: Interested in partnering with the Press 1 For Nick podcast? Click here to connect. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
66 - Jason Van Camp - Unique Leadership Training and Veteran Entrepreneur Support
The VeteranCrowd Spotlight
Jason Van Camp - Unique Leadership Training and Veteran Entrepreneur Support Jason Van Camp is a West Point graduate and decorated Green Beret. He took this foundation and hasn’t stopped building. From successful business owner to author to nonprofit founder. He is honored to be the founder of Warrior Rising as well as the CEO of Mission 6 Zero. His passion to serve the veteran community is unstoppable. Veteran Entrepreneur Support Described as his passion project, Jason launched Warrior Rising in 2015. This organization set out to create an opportunity for veterans “to create something sustainable, where they can do it for themselves and build something. It gives them purpose.” Warrior Rising helps veteran entrepreneurs to start or accelerate their businesses. Deliberate Discomfort Being an author was always on his bucket list, but after creating a successful company it seemed a natural next step. His story telling ability matched with leadership wisdom are paired beautifully in this hard to put down leadership book. “Deliberate Discomfort” is the ultimate book on leadership and self-improvement, pushing you to get out of your comfort zone. Curious to see who else has been in the VeteranCrowd Spotlight? Check them out here. Learn More Mission 6 Zero Website: http://www.missionsixzero.com Warrior Rising Website: https://www.warriorrising.org/ Justin Clapsaddle Knives:https://www.facebook.com/clapsaddleknives/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/jason-van-camp-076a5339/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC5oRLrXJyLR_63embDN8UcQ About Your Host Bob Louthan is a VMI Graduate, Army veteran, and executive with over 25 years of experience in mergers, acquisitions and private capital formation. He founded the VeteranCrowd Network to bring veterans and veteran-led businesses together with each other and the resources they need to prosper.
Jason Van Camp: Green Beret, Chairman at Mission Six Zero, Executive Director at Warrior Rising, Author of Deliberate Discomfort
Team Never Quit
Living in a world of risk sums up the life of this week’s incredible guest, Jason Van Camp. As a West Point graduate, Jason is anything but faint-hearted in his experience as a decorated Green Beret in the U.S. Special Forces, in his business endeavors, and his dedication in helping other veterans unlock their potential and start their own business. He has authored the book: Deliberate Discomfort: How US Special Forces Overcome Fear and Dare to Win by Getting Comfortable Being Uncomfortable. Jason’s will to win and his heart of service to others makes him an epic model of a successful human being. In this episode you will hear: If you never quit, you never fail. That journey you’re on – it’s not about trophies – it’s about people, and the journeys you take with those people. The worse experience it is for you, the funnier story it is for everybody else. We put ourselves in deliberately uncomfortable situations so we can get out of our comfort zone and grow. My motivation is to collect as many stories as I possibly can. My mindset has shifted from being selfish to being selfless. It’s hard to find your purpose. I want to help people, I want to make money, I want to do epic shit. Our non-profit – Warrior Rising – helps veterans start their own business. I’m a life-long student – always wearing my white belt. Go do something. Everyone can be a collaborator. Cooperate and graduate. I turned the military decision-making process into a business model. Choose hard things before hard things choose you.
Today, Jimmy interviews an old friend from West Point, Jason Van Camp. Jason is a former Special Forces Operation and Green Beret major and author of Deliberate Discomfort.His book follows the lessons he learned, stepping up as a commander and taking over a team of Special Forces veterans. He describes the dramatic and traumatic experiences of war they faced firsthand and uses a team of scientists' expertise to help explain how civilians can apply these combat lessons in their own lives.In this episode, Jimmy and Jason analyze some of the significant lessons learned and compare them to the entrepreneurial and leadership path. They discuss that if you want to grow in any way, shape, or form, you have to deliberately make yourself uncomfortable. Tune in this week for some insightful tips to add to your leadership toolkit! Key Takeaways:How Jason and Jimmy know each other (01:53)What drove Jason to pursue leadership (03:50)Why he was attracted to trying out the Green Berets (05:27)Jimmy’s daily motivation (07:02)Jason’s experience at West Point (10:52)The pressure of paying payroll vs being an operations team leader (18:49)In business, you have to sometimes just give guidance and expect it to work out (29:00)The chapter in Jason’s book that brought Jimmy to tears (37:40)--Additional Resources:Join Our Cashflow Tactics GroupTake Our FREE 5-day Cashflow Tactics ChallengeBuy a copy of Deliberate Discomfort here----Subscribe to the show on your favorite podcast app so you never miss an episode!If you enjoy listening to the Rise Up Live Free podcast, leave us a rating and a review on Apple Podcast!!