Jeff Boss

Jeff Boss served 13 years as a Navy SEAL across eight combat deployments, and enjoys transferring the lessons he learned in dealing with adversity through writing and speaking. He now works as a leadership and business performance coach.

Recent articles from Jeff Boss

A Navy SEAL climbs up a ladder attached to the side of a gas and oil platform during training to prepare an upcoming deployment.
A Former Navy SEAL’s Guide To Giving Your Work More Purpose
Jeff Boss’s four questions will help you determine if your daily work activities are aligned with broader goals or if you're just trying to stay busy.
Gunnery Sgt. Brian Dye, the chief non-lethal weapons instructor for exercise Tradewinds 2011, lightly swing a baton at Lance Cpl. Sean Lough to make sure that his gear is properly protecting him prior to riot control training.
What To Do When You Work For A Bad Leader
Managing a bad leader is more art than a science.
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8 Misconceptions About Life After The Military
Here's the truth about eight misconceptions commonly held by service members before they transition out of the military.
Senior Airman John Fitzgerald, medic attached to Laghman Provincial Reconstruction Team, shares a laugh with his team while on a security halt during a multi-day operation Aug. 21, 2011, in Alingar District, Laghman province.
9 Military Sayings That Will Get You Laughed Out Of A Job Interview
Don't give a prospective employer a reason to say "no" during a job interview. Avoid these at all costs.
Students in the third phase of the Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL school rappel down a 60-foot tower in Coronado. For those students who go on to become Navy SEALs, this marks the first of many rappels to come in their careers.
11 Things Modern Veterans Contribute To The Workplace
Here are 11 contributions veterans bring that lie below the surface, yet add tremendous amounts of value to workplace climate every day.