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Gregory A. Stube

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Sergeant First Class Gregory A. Stube (ret.) is from Covington, Tennessee. He spent nineteen of his twenty-three years in the U.S. Army as a member of the Green Berets. He was very seriously wounded during Operation Medusa in Afghanistan, September 2006. He was soon called a miracle by physicians for having survived and recovered so well. He credits his A-Team and his faith with his survival and recovery. He then became the Green Berets first official spokesperson and has since moved on to leadership training, teambuilding, and publicly speaking about leadership and character. Sergeant First Class Gregory A. Stube is the author of Conquer Anything: A Green Berets Guide to Building Your A-Team.

According to the book description of Conquer Anything: A Green Berets Guide to Building Your A-Team, "War has a way of shooting holes in your best-laid plans. Sgt. 1st Class Gregory Stube (Ret.) suffered life-changing wounds during the battle of Operation Medusa in Afghanistan in 2006, but using the Green Beret methods he learned in the Special Forces, Stube knew he could conquer anything. Service in the elite A-Team teaches you to come up with smart, well-researched, and flexible battle plans for completing the missionevery mission. Even when that mission is to spend an arduous year in a hospital recovering from being blown up, badly burned, and shot multiple times. Greg shares the leadership principles and values he learned as a member of an A-Team and teaches us how to apply Special Forces strategies to our personal and business lives.

Conquer Anything is a Special Forces book, but even more than that it is a leadership book designed to help each of us achieve the highest goals possible in our professional and private lives."

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