Attitude is an art. Go bold.
Jason Redman’s best known for the attitude he refers to as the “Overcome Mindset.” He first gained national recognition for it following the 2007 enemy ambush in Iraq that nearly killed him — but didn’t — when, during his initial stage of recovery at Bethesda Naval Medical Center, he penned on vibrant-orange poster board a bold 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 inspirational fixture for the sake of generations of wounded veterans, their loved ones and others worldwide on a mission to overcome their own adversity. But you can hang your own “artistic” replica anywhere you’d like!
Available in three sizes (12”×16”, 16”×20”, 18”×24”); Jason’s signature graphically imposed; shipped with relentless belief in you.
Go bold. Go, you.