Chas L. Sampson is Iraq war Veteran whom served in the U.S. Army for 5 years. After his military service he served as a Decision Officer (Rater) for the Board of Veteran Appeals at U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs in Washington, D.C., followed by service as a Human Resources Executive for Department of Defense at the Pentagon and at Andrews Air Force Base, MD.
Chas, a former mayoral candidate for Spring Lake, NC received his bachelor’s degree in business psychology from Washington State University and his master’s degree in organizational leadership from Argosy University. He currently serves as the CEO of Seven Principles
Corporation and GreenLeaf Financials where he uses his knowledge, skills, and abilities to lead and direct Veterans with their VA disability ratings, entrepreneurship, military transitioning, personal credit, and business credit.
Chas is a proud father to two daughters and loves to travel the world. His belief is that strangers are friends, and friends are family. Everyone else just falls in between. He resides in North Carolina.
In this episode, Chas will talk about how he prepared for his transition from military life to a civilian. He and Sgt. BeReal (John) will talk about some points to consider when you are planning to get out of military service or if you are currently in the process of doing so. They also discussed how important it is for veterans to be well educated and aware about their VA disability ratings, how they can improve it and how it really works. Chas and John will also tell us about how mentors can help you even if you don’t like him or her and the importance that they bring during and after your transition. They will also tackle how your relationship to other people play a vital role in the success of your business or life.
Let’s listen to Chas and John for a very informative discussion to help and make you ready for the transition that you are planning and live a successful and happy life after military service.
- Served 5 Years in the US Army, 92 Foxtrot Petroleum Guy
- Transition was easy for him because he had 2 plans
- Deciding between staying in the Military and do training again to become an officer or get back to college and finish his Master’s degree?
- Few transitional bumps when he got out like mortgages and vehicle responsibilities, unorganized spending
- Mentors that you can trust helped a lot
- Built business through relationships with other people
- Whats, Whys and Hows of VA Benefits for Veterans/VA Disability Ratings
- Chas provides a service that gives advice to veterans on how to transition out by gathering medical records and explaining what it means monetarily
- Provides services such as VA Claims, Personal and Business Credit Repair, , Entrepreneurship, Military Transitioning
- Seven Principles is after the Seven Army Values