U.S. Air Force photo by Bud Hancock

If you’re thinking about enlisting in the military, you’ve already answered the most important question: Am I willing to put the security of my country and the safety of my future brothers and sisters in arms before my own interests and well being? Only you can decide that.

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I was privileged in my 23-year Army career to work directly with four very successful general officers. The lessons I learned from them can be applied to both military and civilian leadership at every level and I promised my peers that one day I would write down what I saw.

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Photo by Lt. Col. Robert Couse-Baker

Successful careers and businesses are built through good relationships. Having credible references initiates some of those vital connections, by almost instantly helping you establish trust and validity. Your professional references should be strategically compiled with a diverse roster of contacts, ones whom you actually stay in touch with. Maintaining good references is evidence of good communication skills, and says that you’re a well respected and a likeable candidate.

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