Philip Folsom

Showcasing the Everyday Elite

Philip Folsom is kind of like Indiana Jones if Indiana Jones was in the army and worked with wolves.

Philip believes that we all need to GET as good as we can so we can DO as much good as we can.

The Interview

Question 1 - Where were you born?
Philip Folsom - I was born on the coast of Oregon.

Question 2 - What school(s) did you attend?
Philip Folsom - I had 3 MOSs in the Army (82C, 13T and 91A) and graduated from UCLA.

Question 3 - What did you do after graduating?
Philip Folsom - After the Army I went on a multi-year vision quest to try to figure out life…it lead me to a career in anthropology where I traveled to every continent studying ancient warrior cultures and resiliency in order to understand our own.

Question 4 - What was your first job?
Philip Folsom - Besides crap high school jobs my first job was the army at age 17!

Question 5 - What do you do for a living?
Philip Folsom - I run a consulting company called Wolf Tribe where I bring executive work teams out to a wolf sanctuary to upgrade their culture. I also deliver leadership programs at USC including the prestigious Masters of Business for Veterans program!

Question 6 - What inspired you to pursue your job?
Philip Folsom - Healing myself inspired me to deliver that same resiliency work for other veterans and first responders.

Question 7 - How would you describe Woobies in 3 words?
Philip Folsom - Tactical, Practical and Count-On-Compliments.

Question 8 - What are some of your achievements?
Philip Folsom - I’m a thought leader in culture development and have delivered resiliency work to over 100,000 people.

Question 9 - What are your goals and aspirations?
Philip Folsom - My goal is to bring a million resilient and mature men into the world through my programing.

Question 10 - Is there anything else you would like to say to our veteran community and customers?
Philip Folsom - A warrior is someone who willingly sacrifices themselves for something larger than themselves and in every era and every area there have ALWAYS been warriors.  In addition, ancient cultures have always healed, absolved and reintegrated their warriors back home.  Except for ours.  

You all deserved this and we are bringing these rituals back.