Bonus Episode: Tom Heffner on Military Resilience and Innovation

April 2, 2019

Tom Heffner is a podcaster, author, speaker, and innovation expert.  His goal is to help you thrive at work and in life and believes that every day, purposeful habits and practices are vital to this pursuit.

He spent 15 years as an engineer, helping to design complex military systems to protect US and coalition soldiers around the world and is the host of The Next Year Now Podcast.

We unpacked:

1)   How low-fidelity prototypes are being used to test life or death Defence systems

2)   Why the comforts of today are making us less resilient and how to overcome this

3)   How military strategies can help you become a better entrepreneur and person

Show Notes:



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