- Goal Setting and Self-Improvement
- Lessons Learned in Management
In 1967, a squad of Vietnamese irregulars captured an American fighter pilot, Major Jack L. Van Loan. For the next six years–2,130 days–he would endure unspeakable physical and mental torture. But, during this dark time, Van Loan discovered and perfected not only the secrets of survival but the inner power to succeed in the face of seemingly insurmountable odds.