Andrew Marr is a medically retired Special Forces Green Beret who’s suffering with Traumatic Brain Injury and subsequent recovery through the help of Dr. Mark Gordon led him to start the Warrior Angels Foundation. The Foundation’s goal is to help other veterans alleviate their TBI symptoms through hormone and nutrition replenishment. Andrew’s book, Tales from the Blast Factory: A Brain Injured Special Forces Green Beret Back from the Brink  came out in 2018. Andrew is also currently working along with Emmy award-winning producer Jerri Sher to produce Quiet Explosions, a documentary about the groundbreaking solution that led to his recovery.

Installment 4: Dedicate

If you’re unclear on how to find inspiration and meaning turn to service. In my experience, you can find purpose, meaning, and fulfillment by serving something greater than yourself.

My father unwittingly gave me some of the best advice I’ve ever received at one of the lowest points of my life. He said, “Son, I can’t understand everything you’ve been through and I know you’re hurting, but if you could find a way to make your new mission about helping someone else, to attempt to put value in someone else, then I think you’ll find that will help you.”

I’ve found that the reason for living is giving. It’s really that simple. If your hurting and you’re not sure what to do or where to turn, start thinking about what you can do for somebody else. From there a life filled with purpose and fulfillment is yours for the taking.

More details appear in TALES FROM THE BLAST FACTORY: A Brain Injured Special Forces Green Beret’s Journey Back From The Brink. These lessons we’re paid for in blood, it is my honor to give them to you. What I once thought was the worst thing in my life is now the best thing in my life, it can be the same for you. Check out our Tales From the Blast Factory site here or you can order your copy on Amazon here.