Dec. 7, 2022

Staying Fit for Duty: Conquer Your Job Stress and Trauma | S2 E49

Our guest is Scott Medlin, a Marine Corps and Law Enforcement Veteran, Author, Speaker, and host of The 10 Code Mindset podcast. Scott Medlin mentors police officers using powerful tools that enable them to make self-care and life fulfillment a priority, even when they're constantly being called to serve.


Our guest is Scott Medlin, a Marine Corps and Law Enforcement Veteran, Author, Speaker, and host of The 10 Code Mindset podcast. Scott Medlin mentors police officers using powerful tools that enable them to make self-care and life fulfillment a priority, even when they're constantly being called to serve. 

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), upwards of 30% of first responders develop behavioral health conditions. Scott offers strategies for dealing with negative people at work, and reveals why it’s important for police officers to be proactive with their mental health. Scott also gives tips on how to overcome stress, anxiety, and feeling overwhelmed on the job. 

One of the greatest complaints Scott hears about is lack of fulfillment on and off the job. It's a daily emergency, but is anyone listening? Scott's 20 years of personal experience in the Marine Corps and Law Enforcement makes him relatable and empathetic to balancing your call to duty and the call to taking care of self.

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Scott Medlin

Marine Corps and Law Enforcement Veteran | Author | Speaker | Host of The 10 Code Mindset podcast

40% of first responders suffer from mental health issues. It's no wonder that one of the greatest complaints is lack of fulfillment on and off the job. It's a daily emergency, but is anyone listening? Scott Medlin is, and he is guiding, inspiring, mentoring, and equipping these professionals with powerful tools that enable them to immediately make self-care and life fulfillment a priority - even when your constantly being called to serve. Scott's 20 years of personal experience in the Marine Corps and Law Enforcement makes him relatable and empathetic to balancing your call to duty and the call to taking care of self.