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Lee Flint replied to Dominique Saldana's discussion Netflix Motivation - Flea Market Flips in the group Business Brainstormers
"Dom, I haven't seen the show but I'll check it out. There are countless suppliers for items to resell, but the best ones are those that either are virtual (like Dan Miller's personality profiles) or who ship directly to your…"
Oct 22
Lee Flint replied to becky reddell's discussion How do I build an audience through blog posts?
"Blogger offers several widgets (aka gadget) to provide a subscription link to your site. They are described in more detail at probloggertricks. The URL is the Universal Resource Locator, better known as your web address. Domain.com is…"
Oct 22
Lee Flint replied to becky reddell's discussion How do I build an audience through blog posts?
"Here are a few ideas: Tom made the point on new content. Add a Twitter feed and link back to your blog. Comment on other people's blogs (and build good karma). Invest in a personal URL. Your blogspot address doesn't have to be the same…"
Oct 20
Lee Flint commented on Kevin Odlum's group 48 Days for Military Veterans
"Is your company offering a military discount? If not, consider launching one for this year's Veterans Day. For example, if you offer coaching services, offer Veterans six months of coaching for the price of four, or a buy-one-get-one (BOGO)…"
Oct 20
Lee Flint posted a status
"Still negotiating pay and benefits for my new position. I'm looking forward to launching into the next adventure and hope to start on 11/3."
Oct 20
Lee Flint commented on Kevin Odlum's group 48 Days for Military Veterans
"I've written here before about the Veteran's Administration's eBenefits portal. It's a great site to use as you supplement Dan Miller's "48 Days" countdown. You can use the Veterans Employment Center to help…"
Oct 19
Lee Flint commented on Dominique Saldana's group Business Brainstormers
"I recently attended a meeting of "1 Million Cups"in my local area. It was a great networking opportunity, but more than anything it definitely got my creative juices running. There's nothing like hearing other entrepreneur's…"
Oct 19
Lee Flint replied to Adam's discussion Finally started my Design Business - now how to land paying clients?
"I agree with Lee on Fiverr--they do the marketing for you. There are a ton of international providers on Fiverr, so it might be helpful to put a "Buy American" on your video advertisement. Good luck!"
Oct 19

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How did you hear about 48Days.NET, and what do you hope to get out of being a part of this community?
I listen to Dan Miller's iTunes Podcast every week. I am working on my post-military career goals and think that this community can help me shape my decisions.
What is your current work situation? Employee, self-employed, generating any income on your own?
USAF Military Officer transitioning to my next career
And then...what is your goal/dream for your work life?
I'd like to stay connected to aviation but spend more time with my family.
How about your personal life? Any specific goals or achievements or dreams you are pursuing (or want to pursue)?
I'm mission focused, so most of my life revolves around my current mission.
Do you have a website presence anywhere?
More than one website?
If you have a product or service to promote (now or in the near future) this is your shot to state it! Say all you'd like:
I am creating content on providing military members with a plan to retire from service with financial independence.

"The Launch" into my post-military service life

When Dan Miller describes "The Launch", the sculpture he commissioned that took form during INNOV48, it is just like the decision to retire from the military for me. He describes the bird with wings extended expectantly, body poised, fully committed to flight with no thought of retreat. As an Air Force pilot, that nailed the way I feel now.

I entered the service during the culmination of the cold war, saw Desert Storm unfold, was in Port au Prince, Haiti the day after the invasion was recalled after takeoff. I've been to Iraq, Afghanistan, India, Djibouti (Africa), Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Kuwait, Qatar, and been stationed in Japan, Korea, Hawaii, and throughout the continental United States. Throughout that time I have been proud to be surrounded by people committed to integrity, to service before self, and to excellence in everything they do. They are men and women who are smart, talented, and upbeat in the most dire circumstances. Most of the complaints I heard were when things were easy and carefree.

It will be extremely difficult for me to leave the military. When I do leave, I'll be looking to either join or start an organization devoted to similar tasks, to provide service where service is difficult to get, to provide a product that is hard to deliver, and work with individuals who are motivated more by the mission than by the pay and benefits.

Lee Flint's Blog

Tough Boss? You're Lucky!

Posted on August 27, 2014 at 12:01pm 0 Comments

"I hate my boss." Have you heard that, or said that yourself? Think about the reasons someone might "hate" their boss.

- They pay attention to details and notice when you stray across the line.

- They hold you accountable for your actions.

- They continuously ask you to do more, to be more productive, and contribute more to the operation.

- They set high standards, and BHAGs (Big, Hairy, Audacious, Goals) and then points out when the team is falling short of the mark.

-… Continue

The Transitioning Military Members Fire Triangle

Posted on August 7, 2014 at 6:14am 2 Comments

In military-to-civilan transition workshops military members are advised that they have three options, to live where they want, make the money they want, or get the type of job they want. Dan Miller, author of the terrific career book "48 Days to the Work You Love" would say he'd want AND solutions, not OR alternatives. As a military retiree, many have the advantage of being able to accept a broader salary base and still meet their needs. This frees them to narrow their search to where they… Continue

The Creative Pause

Posted on August 2, 2014 at 5:24am 3 Comments

In America we seem to live at an ever increasing rate of acceleration. Even the idea of "48 Days to the Work You Love" is a reflection on our desire to quickly move towards our greatest future opportunity. Every once and a while it's a great idea to take a creative pause. Reflect on the greatest future with a quiet spirit. In this way you can open your mind to creativity, experience innovative ideas, and perhaps hit an internal "reset" setting that get's you closer to the person that you were… Continue

Multiple lines of effort to support one objective

Posted on February 16, 2014 at 7:07am 2 Comments

"Keep it simple." That's what we say, right? Whether we're launching a new business or putting together a military campaign one of the keys to success is a clear understanding of the overall objective.

The complexity comes in when we have multiple lines of effort involved. Let's think about our marketing effort for our new coaching offering. The objective is to add 5 new coaching clients in the next 90 days. Do meet this objective we use three different lines of effort.

1.… Continue

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At 9:26am on July 4, 2014, P.J. DePalma said…


Nice to see people I know on the boards!  Still poking around and getting an idea of what's here.  Getting all of the pieces in place to open new opportunities and pursue different goals that are aligned with my values.  I would love to reconnect with you.  I'll shoot you a note off line.  Thanks for the pointer to the veterans group.  Hadn't found that one yet. ~ PJ

At 10:28am on December 6, 2011, Phillip Kittelson said…


Thanks for the comment, and giving me some motivation.  I've already started networking with forums, and other organizations in my state, and any help is appreciated.  Once I get some products moving, I'll deff be looking at doing booths like you suggested.  Thank you!

At 5:08pm on November 12, 2011, Justin Lukasavige said…

Thanks for connecting, Lee. I was in the airlines, and gone a few days every week. My kids just started school and there's a lot I'd be missing if I was still traveling as much.


More of that story at http://coachradio.tv/about.

At 4:32pm on October 13, 2011, Phillip Delatorre said…



Insurance is important depending on the circumstances of each person. Have you ever heard of the "theory of decreasing responsibility?" Basically it states that the older one gets, the less responsibility one has, i.e. no mortgage, grown kids, etc... Now this is not always the case, so it depends on the specific needs of the individual and does your income still need to be protected, mortgage, debt, and college.


If you need insurance, then go with Term only. And of course only the amount of coverage that is specific to your needs. If you want more information then just let me know :)



At 8:30pm on February 21, 2009, Dan Miller said…
I just wanted to say thank-you for serving our country!
At 3:16pm on January 28, 2009, Shannon Steuber said…
Thank you so much Lee for your advice on my blog request about how to pull of a charity event. I believe that this will be very helpful and I will let you know how it goes!
At 11:06am on January 2, 2009, Kirk Anderson said…
Hi Lee,
It is a pleasure to meet you. I hope to connect with you on 48days!
If you are looking for a social networking friendship, visit my page: Kirk Anderson and click "Add as Friend."
If you are trying to start a business or would like to get some Marketing Tips & Strategies, visit my Group: Marketing Mastermind
There are lots of ways to connect here and I would enjoy getting to know you better soon.

Kirk Anderson
Midwest Marketing Mastermind
At 4:18pm on December 20, 2008, Laura said…
Thank you for serving, Lee. My family appreciates you and your family.
At 8:34pm on December 18, 2008, Mike Estes said…
Hi Lee!

Welcome to 48Days.net - glad you are a part of the community! First, thank you for serving our country. My brother-in-law is in the Marines and flies the F18 Hornet. I also have a nephew in the Marines serving in Africa.

If I can be of any assistance, please let me know. While you are looking around, there are a few groups that you might be interested in joining:

Master Plan - Create and implement a strategic blueprint for your biz!
Born To Win In Sales - Need more sales or clients? This is the place for you!
Reinventing Your Business - How to THRIVE in today's economy!

Carpe diem!

At 5:43pm on December 18, 2008,
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Jay Peroni
Welcome to the community! I'm glad you joined!

Here' s a gift for you: You can download The Faith-Based Millionaire for free at: (www.jayperoni.com)

Also, check out the following group hosted on 48Days.net:
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Author of The Faith-Based Millionaire

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