Reclaim Your Hero: Transform Your Pain into Power and thrive. Numquam Deficio (Never Quit)

As first responders and military we are the heroes for everyone else. We are first on the scene to emergencies at home and abroad.

So what then do we do when we are drowning and searching for breath?
What do we do when we can’t escape the shadow that follows us in the sun and the darkness?
What do we do when our world is spinning out of control and our world is falling apart?

I know this world. I lived under the rough seas and the shadow of PTS(D) for 10 years. As a Navy Rescue Swimmer with service in the special operations community and as a firefighter, I embraced the suck! It took me 10 years to discover what is embraced, embraces you back. I wrote this book to share my journey and show you it is possible to reclaim fun, fitness and fortitude. It is possible to come out from under the shadow and the depths.

It is possible to Reclaim Your Hero and transform your pain into power and thrive. Numquam Deficio! Never quit! Hooyah!


Meet Mathew Grace

Mathew Grace is a devoted father, a Retired Navy Rescue Swimmer, Professional Firefighter, speaker and mentor. He discovered how to Reclaim his Hero and free himself from a 10 year battle with PTS(D). His mission is to show veterans and first responders how to break through the powerlessness, overwhelm and darkness of PTS(D) so they can reclaim confidence, movement and freedom once again. Hooyah!

Side Hustling for Working Adults : Our Military’s Secret Yet Shocking Countermovement that the Chain of Command Doesn’t Want You to Know About

Side Hustling for Working Adults - ASIN B089NCGZ31

Side Hustling for Working Adults takes a humorous exploration of the frustrations of active duty military life. It doesn’t capture the heroism of the rare few who make it to Hollywood. It instead shares the story of the nameless, faceless masses, struggling with alcoholism, car problems, divorce, money problems, parenting, suicide, and women. The book illustrates the small ways, on the job, in which we take back time for ourselves. And finally, how our search for fulfillment, for meaning, journeys beyond the job.

For some, while still appreciating and respecting all that service has provided, the journey now points to a new chapter. Namely, a side hustle. To break one’s dependence on the day job. But even that becomes a fight. So how do we manage? Work, family, sleep, self-care. How do we make the most of what’s left? Or do we just surrender? Settle for less? Some of us have already succeeded past that. And there’s no need to struggle alone or to recreate the wheel.

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