May 25, 2022
Your host Bryce Henson
interviews Jason Redman, New
York Times best seller of “The Trident”. A retired Navy Seal,
Jason now motivates and inspires audiences across the country with
his remarkable journey of leadership, redemption, and building a
relentless Overcome Mindset. Today, Jason is relentlessly focused
on helping individuals, companies and teams to GET OFF THE X™ from
failure, setbacks, changes and adversity.
Tune into today’s show to hear
about Jason's experiences within the Navy Seals and how he survived
an intense firefight mission in Iraq. Jason shares his
insights and lessons learned. Find out what it takes to
become a leader and how to continue expanding yourself and your
- 01:10 - Your host Bryce Henson interviews New
York times best seller, Navy Seal, and purple heart winner Jason
- 02:00 - Hear Jason’s backstory from growing up
poor to going into the Seals.
- 04:00 - Follow along as Jason walks us through
his experience in BUDS training for the Seals.
- 09:30 - Get an inside look into Jason’s early
years in the military.
- 12:00 - Bryce asks Jason to unpack the big
lessons he learned through his Seals career.
- 17:00 - Find out how Jason was commissioned and
how he built himself to be a leader.
- 20:25 - Jason shares his three pillars of
leadership starting with first leading yourself.
- 25:45 - Bryce asks Jason to share about the
9-13-2007 mission and how it changed his life forever.
- 43:15 - Bryce’s famous lightning round Q&A.
Q: What is your biggest passion today? A: The overcome mindset. Q:
What is your zone of genius? A: Resilience and tenacity. Q: Whats a
unique value bomb that most entreprenuers should not but don’t? A:
It always comes back to leading yourself. Q: What was the best
advice you received? A: People will follow you if you give them a
reason to. Q: Book recommendation? A: “Atlas Shrugged” by: Ayn
- 55:35 - Connect with Jason on IG @jasonredmanww
and at jasonredman.com and make sure to check out his book “The
“Do they follow you because they
want to or because they have to” - Jason Redman