In my life, I have strived to test the limits of what is possible, and achieve. But for every success, there have been multiple failures. While in BUD/s I had my good and bad days, eventually graduating and serving 12 years in the SEAL teams with my fellow brothers. One of my hardest missions came after more than a decade of service and continues today. Read More
I could fill this section up with everything I am capable of doing but the fact is, I just love to help people find their true life path. I have no problem getting my hands dirty and helping you Shape and Lead a Life on Your Own Terms.I'm Ready to Live My True Life
Sometimes finding your life path, helps you discover that you are truly meant to lead others. I have a decade and a half of experience leading elite team, corporate teams, and thrown together teams. I can teach you that it doesn't matter what type of team it is, you will always be able to lead.
As his Platoon Commander, I have countless stories and examples of how leadership, service, and action characterize Enrico and contributed directly to our success. On one instance prior to conducting a special operation mission that had the highest levels of visibility within our government, Enrico showcased his industriousness and versatility by deconflicting software and hardware issues within one of our mobility assets. Completely outside the scope of his job and determined to ensure our mission readiness, he helped switch out multiple critical navigation and communication systems in arduous conditions under a highly constrained timeline. He worked tirelessly (for over 36 hours straight at one point) with multiple units and technical experts to ensure that all vital systems performed properly during this no-fail mission. Demonstrating a superior level of technical comprehension and a "never quit" attitude, his calm leadership and swift actions during this stressful period are a shining example of his dedication and how much I depended on him during our time serving together.
I first met Enrico in 2008 as I was assigned to a SEAL Team as the Commanding Officer. Over the following two-year period in this position as an indirect supervisor, I had very frequent opportunities to observe Enrico's professionalism and innate attributes. While somewhat reserved in character, Enrico exemplarily led those with his actions, routinely demonstrating exceptional planning and timely decision-making during extremely sensitive special operations missions. Often these missions required unique creative thinking and collaboration with other U.S. government organizations to develop feasible plans, which were later approved at the highest level of our government. Based upon his past performance, I trusted his personal involvement, sometimes quite independent of supervision, in this mission planning and execution - he always exceeded my expectations.