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54 Observe and Take Action with Deb Lewis

Small-Time Leaders
Small-Time Leaders
54 Observe and Take Action with Deb Lewis

Deb Lewis is a West Point graduate from its first class with women. A retired Army Colonel and Harvard MBA, Deb commanded three US Army Corps of Engineer Districts, including a $2.1B reconstruction program in combat. She survived the attack on the Pentagon on 9/11, while serving on the Joint Staff antiterrorism team. Colonel Deb led while under fire, and her experiences help others become better leaders. Her proven strategies, insights, and tools will arm you with exactly what you need in good times and times of crisis.

In today’s episode of Small-Time Leaders, Deb Lewis shares with us how Mr. Chavez noticed her hard moments when nobody else did and took it upon himself to cheer her up. Deb Lewis joined the military in the early stages of women in uniform and it was not easy. While Mr. Chavez worked as a waiter in the dining area, he started placing desserts at Deb’s table continuously which got her to smile every time. It was years later that Deb realized how much of a great impact that small gesture was able to help her throughout the cadet years. Listen to this episode to learn more about how observing and taking action can encourage someone long-term. 

After a 34-year military career, Colonel Deb and husband Doug Adams embarked on the Duty, Honor, America Tour. She drove their RV 26K miles as Doug bicycled 18,067 miles through all 50 states in one year in support of our military, veterans, and families. Today, they work with many non-profits, businesses, and leaders to lift up communities.

For more information on Deb go to www.MentallyToughWomen.com

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See an overview  of Michael’s coaching and consulting services or schedule  a time to talk about your career or team go to at https://michaelalantate.com/

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