I’ve known Dan Fielding for probably 4 or 5 years. He’s one of these guys that you just respect from the time you meet him. He’s served the country with great distinction, he’s a solid guy and he’s committed to his work and America.
“The Asset Mindset: A Special Forces Perspective For Achieving Success” is Dan’s book. You can order it here. Personally, I highly suggest it.
In the interview below, Dan speaks to being a Special Forces Green Beret, something others failed to accomplish. He talked about his journey of what spurred him to join the military. He tells me what it’s like to work for Kid Rock, the story of meeting him then working for him, and much more.
I got him on to talk about his book because I found it inspiring, motivating, and uplifting. I also think that even though I wasn’t in any of the situations Dan’s found himself in, I have the Asset Mindset myself. “One of the key points to the Asset Mindset is that you don’t have to be Special Forces to have the Asset Mindset, but to be Special Forces, you have to have it.”
He told me about how is wife kind of steered him in the right direction to write the book. He said he thought he’d help other people by sharing his experiences. Dan said “I just started writing and the Asset Mindset was born.”
“You make your destiny. And that’s why I say “Everyone is their own greatest asset.”” He spoke to how “lucky” he was. In his words, he made his own luck through preparation. To Dan, that’s a big part of achieving success. I couldn’t agree more.
If you’re wondering what Kid Rock thinks of Dan and his book – “I would not only ask you to support The Asset Mindset by Daniel Fielding, I will TELL YOU. It can change the path you’re on for the better! I truly believe his book will improve all of our lives. Thank you for your service, Dan. God bless America.”
Thanks You Dan, for this book, and for your service to this great country!