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Get Out and Thrive Blog Tour

Hello, everyone!

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First of all, thank you to Bekah Publishing for making me part of this blog tour.  I got the chance to share with you some info about a new book by the one and only, Olan Prentice.

If you don’t know who Olan Prentice is, I got you covered.

Olan Prentice was raised in the deep south in a family with an incredible work ethic and play harder rule. He landed his first job at the tender age of 12. After serving almost ten years in the US Military, he left to finish his degree, participate in the dot-com bubble then a 23-year career as a Senior Vice President for one of the largest banks in the world. Along the way, he has hired and mentored hundreds of Veterans. His experience as a Veteran, senior business leader and his work with Veterans has helped him define those things it takes to Thrive! in the post-military world.

You all can find Olan Prentice on different social media;

Instagram | Blog | Twitter

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If you like the military and if you’re interested in knowing more about it, or if you’re already in the military but have any doubts of how to start your ‘normal’ life after service, this is the book for you.

If you want more info about this book, keep reading…

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Critical insight for Veterans separating from the Military. Our Veterans deserve the very best, but so often settle for sub-par results. This book and body of work are designed to help Veterans jump-start their lives after the service. There is a myriad of benefits and advantages that they likely just don’t know or understand how to leverage. The book is brimming with information to help give yourself or your favorite Veteran a competitive advantage when transitioning to civilian life.


You can add Olan’s new book to your tbr list on Goodreads, and also, you can buy it on Amazon.

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I hope you all enjoy this book. Let me know your thoughts about it in the comments when you finish reading it.

As always, thank you so much for reading. Until next time, xoxo.


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