In our chaotic world today, they are everywhere.
Unfortunately, somewhere along the line we lost the importance of having solitude in our lives.
For our guest, former Navy fighter pilot and POW, Captain Charlie Plumb, time to himself was all that he had.
On his 75th mission over North Vietnam, his plane was shot down then he was captured and tortured. He spent the next 2,103 days as a Prisoner Of War in an 8-by-8 foot cell.
Throughout his nearly 6 years of captivity, he learned some powerful lessons that not only saved his life but can help you in your business today.
During this fascinating interview, you'll discover...
- How solitude can help stimulate creative solutions to business problems
- Why you should look at challenges as puzzles to complete
- The importance of not battling adversity alone
To find out more about Charlie, visit here.
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