Aaron Hale

Special guest

After serving 14 years in both the Navy as a chef to the Commander of the US 6th Fleet and then transitioning on to becoming an Army team leader in one of the military’s most dangerous jobs, Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD), Staff Sergeant Aaron Hale was blinded by an IED.

Not letting his injuries hold him back, Aaron became an EOD instructor, motivational speaker, mountain climber, white water kayaker, and marathon runner. Four years later tragedy struck again when Aaron contracted bacterial meningitis which robbed him of his hearing leaving him not just 100% blind but completely deaf as well.

Again, Aaron picked himself up, dusted off, and continued to chase the best of what life has to offer. Today, he’s back speaking and sharing his story, running marathons, he’s a proud husband and father of three boys, a 12 year old and four year old identical twins, runs a thriving chocolate company with his wife, partnered with a fellow wounded veteran and friend to form a real estate investment company, a social media influencer, and host of the Point of Impact podcast.

Over the 4th of July, Aaron ran what’s called the world’s toughest foot race, Badwater 135, a 135mi race across Death Valley to Mt. Whitney, becoming the first ever blind/deaf person to complete the arduous trek.

Aaron Hale has been a guest on 1 episode.