“You can learn from both good and bad leaders, learn what not to do from the poor leaders you encounter, and adopt the good leaders' attributes as your own.”
James Medlock is a 25-year Army veteran with multiple job skills, a cyber operations specialist, a satellite network engineer, and an SME. He also has worked on designing and supporting communications systems for the military as a senior satellite engineer and staff engineer for General Dynamics, has written his name on a Milstar communications satellite before it was launched into space, has a bachelor's and a master's degree in management of information systems, has eight years working with IT and OT in the oil and gas industry, has a bunch of certificates in a box in his closet, serves as a high school cyber patriot mentor, was the technical editor for three books, has written multiple technical manuals for Army communication equipment, is a board member for a couple of conferences, is a DEF CON walker of 15,000 steps a day, was an illuminati party-goer, and is a friend to many, father of five, and spouse to one.
What's the most important decision you've made or action you've taken to enable a business risk?
Having 24 years in the Army including combat operations, I have been a part of decisions where people got hurt. I'll exclude those decisions from this topic, but of note, ...