"Moments Matter" will inspire you to “take inventory” of where you are at and help you understand that all the moments in your life really do matter. Those “moments” are what got you to where you are now and will help you pay attention to them so you can compress the decades it usually takes to achieve your dream into days. Each week, Dave interviews those who have attained the top 1% of their respective industry as they reveal what it took them to have outstanding results, from being in the Hall of Fame, the C-Suite, world-known speaker or renowned entrepreneurs, so you can take those provable strategies into action in the moments in your life. Guests and host share personal experiences and tips in frank, open discussions.
Episode 31: Dave interviews Major David Stuckenberg, USAF
Dave interviews a very special guest, Major David Stuckenberg, USAF. As a United States Air Force Officer, Stuckenberg held key leadership roles responsible for international treaties; led operations and missions directed by the President of the United States; and developed and implemented defense plans, programs, and strategic basing actions. As a defense and security subject matter expert and researcher, Stuckenberg was competitively selected in 2014 to serve on USAF Air University’s innovation think tank. In 2015, he was recognized by the USAF as Company Grade Officer of the Year. In 2016, Stuckenberg was the youngest officer ever selected to serve on the Nuclear Action Counsel, a strategic advisory board to Air Mobility Command (AMC) and US Strategic Command (USSTRATCOM). That same year, he was nominated by Air Mobility Command to undertake the Chief of Staff of the Air Force’s Captain’s Prestigious PhD. Major Stuckenberg is an experienced entrepreneur, small business owner, and a Co-founder and CEO at Genesis Systems LLC. As a small business owner David single handedly developed a client list of over 10,000 clients, C-Suite executives and Fortune 500 companies. In 2005, he took a hiatus from the business world to pursue his passion for aviation. David holds a M.P.S. in politics from the George Washington University, a B.S. in aviation technology from the University of Central Missouri, and certificates from Air University, United States Department of State, Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA), and NATO. He is currently completing his PhD in international studies at King’s College London. David is a strategic leader who shares his knowledge and skills not only in the USAF but as an entreprenuer and with C-Suite executives!
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