Michael Schlitz

IED burned 85% of body and lost both hands - US Army Ranger - Gary Sinise Foundation

What would you do if you didn’t have hands? How would you act if you had burns over 85% of your body? Would you quit? Join Navy SEALs, Marcus Luttrell, David Rutherford, and the #TheWizard as they welcome US Army Sergeant, Michael Schlitz to the Team Never Quit Podcast. Join the team as they welcome former US Army Ranger Sergeant Schlitz to the show. Listen to his remarkable #NeverQuitStory and how he survived a devastating IED in Iraq. He lost so much, but yet has gained a perspective that inspires anyone who opens his or her heart to his inspiring words of wisdom. Michael Schlitz lives in a perpetual never quit situation. Yet, after 80+ surgeries his extraordinary outlook on life, and his focus and determination to continue serving are a benefit to all veterans. Michael lost three platoon mates in Iraq on February 27th, 2007, but is not defined by his injuries or trauma. He is defined by his ability to keep focused on his next mission for the memories of his brothers. His outreach through the renowned Gary Sinise Foundation has helped thousands of struggling veterans and their spouses. Take a minute to listen and allow his Never Quit story to inspire you. The TNQ Podcast once again delivers another outstanding guest that forces listeners to think beyond trivial challenges and to begin honestly addressing the biggest obstacles in life. Please help our team spread the word and join our mission to help others around the world learn the Never Quit mindset. Great Stories Ignite Legends
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