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Sign on the Door Postcard

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Put your mission top-of-mind … and everyone else on notice.

Jason Redman knows all about what he has dubbed the “Overcome Mindset.” He first gained national recognition following the 2007 enemy ambush that nearly killed him and forced the career-bound Navy SEAL officer to redefine his own (life) mission.

During his initial stage of recovery at Bethesda Naval Medical Center, he penned on vibrant-orange poster board a no-nonsense message of relentless optimism, putting others on notice that he authoritatively rejected condescending attitudes and negativity and vowing to make a full recovery — and then some — despite the profound adversity, the daunting odds, the disheartening array of grim prognoses he faced and the attitudes of anyone who doubted his ability to do so.

A photo of the poster hung on his door went viral, and Jason’s message immediately became famous as “The Sign on the Door.”

The original now hangs as a permanent fixture for the inspirational sake of generations of wounded veterans, their loved ones and others worldwide on a mission to “overcome.” But you can keep your own postcard-sized version anywhere you’d like!

(Didn’t you need a bookmark? Or a pat response to a patronizing attitude? Or something strangely more inspiring and uplifting to replace “that person’s” photo in that old picture frame? …)

Two-sided; signed by Jason “Overcome” Redman & Kharma; shipped with relentless belief in you.

Original price was: $6.99.Current price is: $4.99.

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Sign on the Door Postcard

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Put your mission top-of-mind … and everyone else on notice.

Jason Redman knows all about what he has dubbed the “Overcome Mindset.” He first gained national recognition following the 2007 enemy ambush that nearly killed him and forced the career-bound Navy SEAL officer to redefine his own (life) mission.

During his initial stage of recovery at Bethesda Naval Medical Center, he penned on vibrant-orange poster board a no-nonsense message of relentless optimism, putting others on notice that he authoritatively rejected condescending attitudes and negativity and vowing to make a full recovery — and then some — despite the profound adversity, the daunting odds, the disheartening array of grim prognoses he faced and the attitudes of anyone who doubted his ability to do so.

A photo of the poster hung on his door went viral, and Jason’s message immediately became famous as “The Sign on the Door.”

The original now hangs as a permanent fixture for the inspirational sake of generations of wounded veterans, their loved ones and others worldwide on a mission to “overcome.” But you can keep your own postcard-sized version anywhere you’d like!

(Didn’t you need a bookmark? Or a pat response to a patronizing attitude? Or something strangely more inspiring and uplifting to replace “that person’s” photo in that old picture frame? …)

Two-sided; signed by Jason “Overcome” Redman & Kharma; shipped with relentless belief in you.

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Weight 3 oz
Dimensions 4.5 × 4.5 × .5 in

1 review for Sign on the Door Postcard

  1. EDDIE BIRKETT (verified owner)

    Always Outstanding Product, People. Highly Recommend

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