In the military, everything you learn becomes useful to you even after you settle down into civilian life. The traits Dan Anton acquired in the Army like goal setting, goal achievement, teamwork and leadership skills have continued to bless his business Atlanta SEO. Dan comes from a family with a long line of service members. James Anton his father is a proud military man, and his grandfather Henry Anton also served. Military service stretches back to his great father, and little did Dan know that he would one day proudly serve his country as an Infantry Ranger Army Major. At the time, he was just a video game lover who made his money collecting and selling games as hobby while at Neptune High School. [Read more…]
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One of the tough parts about being a military spouse is choosing a career that’s portable and flexible. Many milspouses choose careers in the medical field because of their high demand and often times high pay, and becoming a certified nurse assistant (CNA) is no exception. [Read more…]
As a military spouse, finding a portable career that you love and that can earn you real money (I’m talking money that could actually support a family or pay off debt or send your kids to college) is like finding a gold mine. Finding one that pays you well residually (as in, paychecks you earn long after you’ve done the work) just sounds crazy.
But I did it! I found a “job” (if you will) that fits all of those criteria and so much more. Since then I’ve been able to pay off my student loans, travel around the world, fly my mom to San Diego for her birthday, cover extra bills and fun purchases for our family, and so much more with the money I’ve earned from this opportunity. I actually kind of stumbled on it, almost accidentally. Let me explain… [Read more…]
With many businesses focused on the bottom line and maximizing their profits, it is encouraging to find companies who are determined to make a difference in the world. In the past decade, military support programs have regained popularity, and many people and corporations have chosen military and veteran support as their area to give back through. As American actor and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital founder Danny Thomas said, “Success has nothing to do with what you gain in life or accomplish for yourself. It’s what you do for others.”