Joshu Osmanski: A Naval Advantage

Joshu Osmanski attributes his success as a property investor and business leader in his community to his five years in the United States Navy. He trained hard as an officer and fighter pilot and earned the respect of his peers and superiors with his leadership qualities and abilities.

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Not only did the Navy help him shape his leadership style for the rest of his career, it also created opportunities for himself to shine in the civilian sphere. There are many skills and experiences that prepared him for a career in such a competitive field as investing and Finance.

Joshu Osmanski learned first and foremost how to gain and use confidence. Being confident sounds easy. It just means believe in yourself, just like your mother told you in kindergarten. But building confidence in the adult world takes more than just willing yourself to be confident in something.

It means building competency. One thing that the US Navy does not tolerate is incompetence. Lives could be at stake, and mistakes can lead to disaster all too easily. Osmanski learned by a trial of fire all the competencies he would need to help his fellow Naval officers and enlisted men and women in his career in the Navy.

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He turned that confidence into leadership, which, along with his technical training, lent itself well to his career in the civilian sector.

Joshu Osmanski is now a successful property investor. His purchases in New Orleans and Boston have not only given him high returns on investment, they have also made it possible for people in those communities to build businesses and lives of their own in their communities.

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About Joshu Osmanski

Joshu Osmanski joined the United States Navy in 2009 after he graduated from Bridgewater State University with a Bachelor of Aerospace Engineering. He built his career within this branch of the United States military. He became a naval pilot. He was a pilot for five years. He served in the military from 2009 to 2014 before pursuing other career options.
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