Who is Steven Crane?
Aside from being a veteran of the United States Marine Corps, I'm also a serial entrepreneur, author, speaker, consultant, and coach who's driven to help others succeed in both their personal and professional lives.
As far as I'm concerned, my life's purpose is to make the world a little brighter and better. Through my work, I've had the privilege of assisting hundreds of people in discovering their true leadership potential, financial stability, and life's purpose. In general, I appreciate helping individuals reach their full potential by developing their leadership skills.
I'm a doctoral student in Organizational Change & Leadership at the University of Southern California right now. On top of all that, I enjoy volunteering my time to help veterans make a smooth transition from the service and avoid the blunders I made when I was in their shoes.
My transition from the Marine Corps was the most challenging time in my life. It was not easy for me or my family, especially because it was due to various medical conditions. From losing my job, losing my home, to losing my purpose in life...everything was terrible. The only reason I stand where I am today is because of the grace of God, my family, and an undying passion to ensure no one has to endure what I went through.
My Vision: I envision a world where the vast majority of people would sacrifice themselves so that others may gain.
My Mission: To be the salt and light to everyone around me - make things a little better & a little brighter.
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