Sean Seibert Interview

In this episode, we discuss the systems and ideas behind decision making, along with incorporating frameworks and ways that can simplify the process.

We interviewed Sean Seibert, retired Lieutenant Colonel in the United States Army.

Lt Col Sean Seibert, USAR resides in Houston, TX and is a 29 year veteran of the US Army and US Army Reserve. In May 2009 LTC Seibert deployed from fort Benning, Georgia in support of Operation Enduring Freedom with the 82nd Airborne Division as a Security Force Planner to Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan; he was the lead planner for the Afghan National Police.   LTC Seibert was subsequently assigned to Torkham, Afghanistan as Torkham Gate OIC, the strategic border crossing where in the Khyber Pass where 80% of all NATO resources and supplies enter Afghanistan from Pakistan.  In this role LTC Seibert increased revenue by $203 million while improving commercial throughput from 17,000 to 22,000 per month. While leading the NATO effort on the border he facilitated regular discussions between the Afghan and Pakistani government officials.

Sean Seibert discuss with us some of the frameworks used by the Army to make decisions and who is the best position to make decisions for their organization.

Sean is now involved in politics and consulting and has been a candidate for the US House of Representatives for the state of Texas.

Listen in on this episode and, enjoy what Sean has to share to make the decisions in your life simpler to handle.

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