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Ep 28: Becoming a Marine Entrepreneur, With Joe Winslow

November 07, 2019 The MOC USMC / Joe Winslow Season 1 Episode 28
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Ep 28: Becoming a Marine Entrepreneur, With Joe Winslow
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The M.O.C.
Ep 28: Becoming a Marine Entrepreneur, With Joe Winslow
Nov 07, 2019 Season 1 Episode 28
The MOC USMC / Joe Winslow

 In this episode, we will be talking about becoming an Entrepreneur. 

Today’s guest joined the Marine Corps in 1987 and retired in 2008. He believes that Marines, in particular, are uniquely suited to small business ownership. He is one of few Marines to pursue and build businesses around the creative arts and crafts. He has used the particular skill sets learned as Marines to be a successful business owner. 

His career has taken him from an enlisted administrator to a commissioned officer, where he served as an Adjutant. Later in his career, he transitioned into the reserves and was recalled to active duty where he deployed to Iraq. His career took him to Marine Security Guard in Frankfurt, Germany, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Cherry Point, 7th Motors, Camp Pendleton, Recruiting Support Officer at Recruiting Station Dallas, Assistant Chief of Staff G1, Marine Corps University, and Historical Officer, Marine Corps History Division.

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The opinions of the host and the guests do not represent the Marine Corps or its values and should not be considered in that matter.  This show is not intended to provide legal advice.  If you need legal advice, I encourage you to seek legal counsel. 

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 In this episode, we will be talking about becoming an Entrepreneur. 

Today’s guest joined the Marine Corps in 1987 and retired in 2008. He believes that Marines, in particular, are uniquely suited to small business ownership. He is one of few Marines to pursue and build businesses around the creative arts and crafts. He has used the particular skill sets learned as Marines to be a successful business owner. 

His career has taken him from an enlisted administrator to a commissioned officer, where he served as an Adjutant. Later in his career, he transitioned into the reserves and was recalled to active duty where he deployed to Iraq. His career took him to Marine Security Guard in Frankfurt, Germany, 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing, Cherry Point, 7th Motors, Camp Pendleton, Recruiting Support Officer at Recruiting Station Dallas, Assistant Chief of Staff G1, Marine Corps University, and Historical Officer, Marine Corps History Division.

Follow Joe at: 

Sites mentioned by Joe: 

Books recommended by Joe:

The opinions of the host and the guests do not represent the Marine Corps or its values and should not be considered in that matter.  This show is not intended to provide legal advice.  If you need legal advice, I encourage you to seek legal counsel. 

Follow The MOC at:
Web:  https://the-moc.com
Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/USMCMOC/
Instagram:  https://www.instagram.com/jthemoc/
Twitter:  https://twitter.com/JtheMOC
Tumblr:  https://usmc-moc.tumblr.com/
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As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.



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