Michael Schindler

Michael Schindler

Michael Schindler - Motivational Speaker

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Providing Pathways to Personal and Professional Success

Helping teams and industries improve morale and profits in an educational and entertaining way

Fee Range: Over $10,000
Travels from Edmonds, WA (US)

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Michael Schindler
Michael Schindler - Motivational Speaker

Pivot Point Solutions / Operation Military Family Cares

Providing Pathways to Personal and Professional Success

Helping teams and industries improve morale and profits in an educational and entertaining way

Fee Range: Over $10,000
Travels from Edmonds, WA

Michael Schindler - Motivational Speaker

Michael Schindler

Pivot Point Solutions / Operation Military Family Cares

Providing Pathways to Personal and Professional Success

Helping teams and industries improve morale and profits in an educational and entertaining way

Fee Range: Over $10,000
Travels from: Edmonds, WA

For more information about booking Michael Schindler,
Visit https://www.speakermatch.com/profile/MichaelSchindler/
Or call SpeakerMatch at 1-866-372-8768.

Blog Postings

How to Get Ahead in Corporate – Gaining a Top Gun Mentality with Dwight Zimmerman

Getting ahead in corporate requires a certain attitude. In this episode, you’ll learn how Dwight Zimmerman – one of the nation’s most respected historians moved along his career to showcase some of America’s most pivotal events. His steps can be duplicated to help you move along your career path.  You also learn that in 1986,...

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HOW ONE MOVIE CHANGED AMERICA’S ATTITUDE TOWARD OUR MILITARY

The Vietnam War is often viewed and remembered as a boondoggle for America. When U.S. Marines first landed in Danang, March 1965, politicians thought it would be a simple win. But to the contrary. When the last troops left Vietnam in March of 1973, more than 55,000 Americans died in that conflict and the returning...

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How to Leverage LinkedIn to Land Your Next Career with Sarah Roberts – Head of Military and Veteran Programs at LinkedIn

Sarah Roberts, West Point Graduate and Head of Military and Veteran Programs at LinkedIn, shares how to effectively leverage LinkedIn to land your next job in this episode of The Military Wire.  Roberts is a West Point graduate, graduate of Gonzaga, worked at Amazon and Microsoft after her time in the Army.  In this episode...

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How One Female Veteran is Impacting Employment Opportunities for All Veterans

When the general public hears the word Veteran, studies show they rarely identify women as being Veterans despite women having served in the United States military for generations. Women – aka -moms, daughters, sisters, wives have served in such capacities as the Women’s Army Corps, Women Accepted for Volunteer Services and Women Airforce Service Pilots...

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How To Leverage Your Past to Shape Your Future – Lt. Col. Bill Riley

Not every experience in your life is a good one. In this episode, Lt. Col. Bill Riley (Ret.), author of the book “Baghdaddy: How Saddam Hussein Taught Me to be a Better Father” shares how both his childhood experiences – unstable and violent home, absent father and a mother who struggled with mental illness –...

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How Saddam Hussein Taught Me to Be a Better Father – Lt. Col. Bill Riley (Ret.)

How can one learn from one of the most notorious dictators in history? Saddam Hussein, known as the “Butcher of Baghdad”, his government and military forces responsible for killing more than 250,000 of his own people, ruled Iraq with an iron fist. His mother wanted nothing to do with him when he was born, so...

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When You Kill A Fellow Soldier: The Death of Pat Tillman

Most don’t wear their struggles on the outside. We keep them buried. But we all struggle with something. Unfortunately, some allow those struggles and the difficult experiences to shape and define who they are – and that becomes a heavy weight to carry. Imagine if you were most-likely responsible for the death of a fellow...

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Overcoming Your Past – The Ranger Behind the Pat Tillman Tragedy

Are you struggling with your past getting in the way of your future? Imagine if you were most-likely responsible for the death of a fellow soldier…and that soldier was American Hero Pat Tillman. Steven Elliott, author of War Story, shares how we worked through being one of two most likely responsible for Pat Tillman’s death. Steven...

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How to Beat Veteran Underemployment – Featuring Dan Goldenberg Executive Director Call of Duty Endowment

In this episode you’ll learn how to beat Veteran Underemployment. Dan Goldenberg, Naval Academy and Harvard Business School graduate, serves as the Executive Director of the Call of Duty Endowment and walks our listeners through the latest studies on Veteran underemployment and what our listeners can do to beat it.  Check out the latest study...

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Study Shows Morale and Profits Improve by Hiring Veterans

The Call of Duty Endowment and Zip Recruiter recently released a study that found “underemployment affects more veteran job seekers than non-veteran job seekers. Nearly one-third of veteran job seekers are underemployed — a rate 15.6 percent higher than non-veteran job seekers.” Yet, when they polled employers, a majority of employers reported that veterans performed...

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