Diving Out Of Submarines Jon is a retired Navy SEAL Commander turned leadership and mindfulness coach. During his 24-year Navy career, he served in multiple highly dynamic leadership positions from the battlefield to the operations center and the board room.
Furthermore his style of teaching leadership is unconventional yet highly effective.
In addition, Jon is passionate about helping people and organizations become the best versions of themselves through mindfulness coaching, keynote speaking, and grit and resilience training.
Jon’s wife also served in the Navy and is now a civilian Orthopedic Physician Assistant in Virginia Beach. They are both proud parents of two small children and they currently live as a family in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Moreover, the United States Navy Sea, Air, and Land Teams, commonly known as Navy SEALs, are the U.S. Navy’s primary special operations force and a component of the Naval Special Warfare Command. Firstly, among the SEALs’ main functions are conducting small-unit special operation missions in maritime, jungle, urban, arctic, mountainous, and desert environments. Secondly, SEALs are typically ordered to capture or to eliminate high level targets. Lastly, to gather intelligence behind enemy lines for forward deployment of armed forces. The SEALS are the eyes of the Generals and Admirals.