The Unbeatable Mind Podcast With Mark Divine

Synopsis

Mark Divine is the founder of SEALFIT and Unbeatable Mind and the host of the Unbeatable Mind podcast. Mark is a Retired Navy SEAL Commander, NYT Best Selling author, speaker and entrepreneur. The podcast deals with a wide variety of subjects, from philosophical, emotional and meta-physical to self defense, fitness and elite physical performance. They all form a part of Mark's 5 mountain training path to develop your Mental, Physical, Emotional, Intuitive, and Kokoro (Heart) self. Find out more at unbeatablemind.com.

Episodes

  • Jayson Gaddis talks about relationships and the lockdown

    Jayson Gaddis talks about relationships and the lockdown

    21/05/2020 Duration: 52min

    Jayson Gaddis is a psychologist and expert on marriage and relationships. He is the founder of The Relationship School, and is also the host of The Relationship School podcast. Today he talks to Commander Divine about the ongoing challenges of relationships, as well as some of the specific issues around the COVID lockdown. The most important Part of a relationship is mutual growth Shame is self-directed, guilt is other directed You need to be with strong emotion, pain and discomfort. Conflict is where growth comes from. Listen to this episode to get a better grip on how relationships work, especially in the current situation.

  • Advice on how to thrive in challenging times

    Advice on how to thrive in challenging times

    13/05/2020 Duration: 20min

    Today Commander Divine has a solocast to give us advice on how he believes we can be moving forward and overcoming the difficult times created by COVID. One of the first things that he point out is that almost all human times – from prehistory to the present – have been challenging times. That doesn’t make the present less challenging, but it has always been this way. And obviously we’re not seeing it, but there are many amazing opportunities in front of us. Hear how: You need to take positive action every day, so that success is a daily pursuit Most of what happens in the world is not in your control. What is in your control is your own action. In order to be able to serve, you need to take care of yourself Listen to this episode to get Mark’s take on how to thrive in our current circumstances

  • Susan Scott on Fierce Conversations

    Susan Scott on Fierce Conversations

    07/05/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    Susan Scott is a pioneer in coaching business leaders to have honest conversations with their teams. She founded Fierce and is the author of two books: “Fierce Conversations” and “Fierce Leadership.” Today she talks to Mark about the importance of communicating honestly with your team, as well as trusting them with problems that you’re not sure about. Hear how: You need to develop courage in order to have these conversations. A business will succeed one conversation at a time. The first fierce conversation to have every day is with yourself. Listen to this episode to learn more about the importance of open and honest communication with your team.

  • Daron K. Roberts on Making a Pivot in Life.

    Daron K. Roberts on Making a Pivot in Life.

    30/04/2020 Duration: 56min

    Daron K. Roberts was a graduate of Harvard Law School turned Football coach. He is a motivational speaker, transition coach and the author of Call an Audible: Let My Pivot from Harvard Law to NFL Coach Inspire Your Transition. He hosts the podcast “A Tribe Called Yes” and today he talks with Commander Divine about how to make your own pivot to change your life. Hear how: Daron planned his next life transition from Harvard Law grad to Football Coach. It’s vital that you minimize your social media time and involvement. You must determine if you’ll actually be happy at an event before you decide to say yes. Transition tools you need to succeed Hear this inspirational story of how one man was able to make an exceptional pivot from one life to another.

  • William Winram talks diving with Great White Sharks

    William Winram talks diving with Great White Sharks

    23/04/2020 Duration: 47min

    In the second part of this interview William Winram talks about his experience of the ocean and diving with Great Whites. William is a free-diving world record holder, an ocean explorer and conservationist, and the founder of the Watermen project, dedicated to helping to conserve the ocean. Sharks are mostly just curious creatures, who might bite out of curiosity Optimizing breathing is the most effective, simple thing that a person can do Coping with fear depends more on your general ability to cope than experience of a particular situation Listen to this episode to find out more about managing fear and developing self-control.

  • William Winram on Martial Arts and Freediving

    William Winram on Martial Arts and Freediving

    16/04/2020 Duration: 55min

    William Winram is a free-diving world record holder, an ocean explorer and conservationist, and the founder of the Watermen project, dedicated to helping to conserve the ocean. He often dives with sharks, including Great Whites. He talks to Mark today about his experience with Internal Martial Arts, as well as his beginnings and some of his experiences as a freediver. Learn How: Tai Chi is a Martial Art, not just a fitness regimen Sharks are ultimately shy and curious creatures, unless they are triggered to “go postal” William began freediving as a kid, because of a bad experience with adult scuba gear Listen to this episode to get more insight in how the mental control from martial arts is also a large part of diving

  • Chadd Wright on determination and adversity

    Chadd Wright on determination and adversity

    09/04/2020 Duration: 01h06min

    Chadd Wright is an ultra-runner and former SEAL. He is also the co-founder, with his brother, of the 3-of-7 project dedicated to the completion of people through the body, soul and spirit.  Mark and Chadd talk about BUD/S, life after the military and how to make the most of adversity and challenges. They also discuss spirituality and the importance of faith. Hear how The value of actually saying the words that are important to you to make them a part of reality How you can put yourself through the “Furnace of Adversity” to improve yourself through an obstacle. How to promote the things you love to counter the things you hate, rather than just obsessing about negativity and having no effect. Listen to this very informal conversation to learn more about how you can use adversity as opportunity.

  • Psychology and Meditation with Dan Brown

    Psychology and Meditation with Dan Brown

    02/04/2020 Duration: 47min

    Dr. Brown is world-famous as an expert in melding Tibetan Buddhist philosophy with Western Psychology. He is an Associate Clinical Professor of Psychology at the Harvard Medical School, and he has also translated a number of Tibetan texts on meditation. He is also one of Mark’s teachers of meditation and he talks today to the Commander about the impact meditation practices have on the physiology of the brain.  Listen in for a very detailed discussion of Eastern spirituality and Western psychology.

  • Mark shares strategies to Cope with this situation

    Mark shares strategies to Cope with this situation

    24/03/2020 Duration: 31min

    Today, Mark talks to his tribe about how to use this crisis to face down your fear wolf and use this enforced isolation to work on yourself and come out of this stronger. Listen to hear how you can be using the 5 mountains to better deal with the way things are in this VUCA environment. Learn about Mark’s COPE strategy –  Crisis, Opportunity, Plan and Execute How Mark has used previous crises to transform himself and his business ventures. It is important to recognize the “Middle Way,” so recognize that you can’t be too relaxed or too anxious  about the situation. It’s important that you don’t let the understandable tension that you feel distract from the practices that you already have to starve the fear wolf

  • Neil Pasricha: Resiliency and Happiness

    Neil Pasricha: Resiliency and Happiness

    19/03/2020 Duration: 55min

    Neil Pasricha is an expert on human happiness and the author of several books, including “The Book of Awesome” and most recently “You Are Awesome: How to Navigate Change, Wrestle with Failure, and Live an Intentional Life.” Today he talks to Mark about how to live with greater intention and resilience. Resiliency starts in the morning with preparing yourself for the day Get a “real” break during the day where you completely disconnect from your work. Having a weird hobby that’s completely unconnected to what you do will make you better at what you regularly do Find out what practical measures you can take to make yourself feel more resilient and in a better mood all the time.

  • Angela Duckworth talks about Grit

    Angela Duckworth talks about Grit

    12/03/2020 Duration: 38min

    Angela Duckworth is well known as an academic expert on personal Grit. She is a professor of psychology at the University of Pennsylvania, and also the author of “Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance.” She talks with Commander Divine today about the importance of Grit for success. Learn how: Grit can be a more important trait than ability for success Understanding your “why” is essential to make sure you are doing the right things You need to make sure you are doing things that are innately interesting to you, rather than work on developing your perseverance first. Listen to this episode to get more information and practical tips about how to become “grittier,” in everyday life.

  • Staring Down the Wolf: Leadership to change yourself and the world

    Staring Down the Wolf: Leadership to change yourself and the world

    05/03/2020 Duration: 53min

    This is the final episode of Mark’s review of his new book, “Staring Down the Wolf.” He talks about how Damien Mander was able to make himself into a very unique leader in service to the good of the planet. He also summarizes the seven commitments that need to be made for effective leadership. Hear what kind of leadership you can find out about when you get the new book. 

  • A Healthy Workplace with Bruce Daisley

    A Healthy Workplace with Bruce Daisley

    27/02/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    In this weeks interview, Mark speak with Twitter VP Bruce Daisley about work culture and business leadership. Bruce is the author of “Eat Sleep Work Repeat: 30 Hacks for Bringing Joy to Your Job” and the host of the “Eat, sleep, work, repeat” podcast. When you listen to this podcast, you’ll learn several ways to create an exceptional work culture, including: How to embrace technology without making it the main goal of what you do How to better understand the culture of your workplace with neuroscience How to make employees more productive by encouraging a “buzz state”

  • Getting Aligned: The 7th Leadership Commitment

    Getting Aligned: The 7th Leadership Commitment

    20/02/2020 Duration: 53min

    Commander Divine reads from the final chapter of his soon to be released book, “Staring Down the Wolf” on the Leadership Commitment of Alignment. Getting aligned is of critical importance for an elite leader and team to make sure that their goals are aligned.  When you listen to this podcast, you’ll learn: How to have meetings that are productive and useful and don’t cause “deaths by meeting.” How your team is a vehicle for your own growth as a leader Why it’s so important that leader’s share information, responsibility and experiences with their team. How to develop a “team of teams” approach that effectively uses communication to reach alignment.

  • Failing Forward with Ray “Cash” Care

    Failing Forward with Ray “Cash” Care

    13/02/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    Ray “Cash” Care is a former SEAL and a co-host of the podcast “Overcome and Conquer” as well as one of the founders of The LTD Project – a leadership training program for business people. Today he talks with Commander Divine about the importance of failing forward fast. Hear how: We’ve created a “zero defect society” where we use social media to display perfection, rather than dealing and progressing with faults Every aspect of teamwork comes from Communication skills, making it the primary skill you need to learn to become a leader. Effective listening is also a major part of communication Properly dealing with and understanding failure will lead to your success

  • Overcoming with Eliot Marshall

    Overcoming with Eliot Marshall

    06/02/2020 Duration: 54min

    Eliot Marshall is best known as a successful MMA fighter, but today he talks to the Commander about his business endeavours and the story behind his first  book “The Gospel of Fire: Strategies for Facing Your Fears, Confronting Your Demons, and Finding Your Purpose.” Eliot has repeatedly struggled with depression and anxiety and he tells us how our mind has the power to drive us to accomplish incredible achievements and to manage and prosper. “The Obstacle is the Way” – use your challenges to learn new things and build yourself up. The Unbeatable Mind and Eliot’s approach are very similar in a number of ways – including knowing your “why” Using teamwork is essential to accomplishing your goals Listen to this episode for a very practical example of how to turn difficulty into prosperity

  • Staring down the Wolf: Resiliency

    Staring down the Wolf: Resiliency

    30/01/2020 Duration: 01h11min

    Today Commander Divine has a solocast and continues to read from his soon to be released book, “Staring Down the Wolf.” Today he is talking about Resiliency and how to make that commitment as a part of your elite team. Learn more about Resiliency Adaptability – being able to make the most of the situation you’re in. Persistence – ability to continue pursuing a goal in spite of obstacles Learning – knowing how to get new information from problems that arise. Listen in to get further insight into how to develop resiliency for elite team building

  • Kamal Ravikant and Loving Yourself

    Kamal Ravikant and Loving Yourself

    23/01/2020 Duration: 01h02min

    Kamal Ravikant is an entrepreneur, venture capitalist and author. His most recent book is a brand new edition of “Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It.” The original was first self-published in 2013. Kamal initially wrote the book as a response to his own personal disaster.  Hear about: How you can change the context of memories from bad to good How you must recognize that Purpose is bigger than pain Your inner life is what you really have Listen to this episode to hear more about how you can learn how to love yourself and let success follow the inner work.

  • Clint Emerson and The Right Kind of Crazy

    Clint Emerson and The Right Kind of Crazy

    16/01/2020 Duration: 44min

    In the second part of Mark’s interview with Clint Emerson, retired SEAL, NSA operative, and expert in personal security and preparedness. Mark and Clint discuss his new book “The Right Kind of Crazy: My Life as a Navy SEAL, Covert Operative, and Boy Scout from Hell.”  Clint is the only SEAL ever inducted into the International Spy Museum and the real life Jason Bourne.  Listen to this episode to find out more about how you can be prepared and the state of national security.

  • Talking Military Service with Clint Emerson

    Talking Military Service with Clint Emerson

    09/01/2020 Duration: 52min

    Today we have the first part of Mark’s interview with Clint Emerson, retired SEAL, an expert in personal security and preparedness, and the author of “100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative's Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation.” Mark and Clint have a friendly talk about the current situation and the past in the SEALs and the military in general. Listen to this episode to learn more about the SEALs and military service.

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