10 Navy SEAL books for men who want to push their limits and succeed on a higher level

10 Navy SEAL books for men who want to push their limits and succeed on a higher level

They are not special in any way, they just don't quit. They are common men with an uncommon desire to succeed.

Most of us quit at the first sign of opposition, or the second we think our workouts at the gym are too hard or inconvenient.

These men train for opposition and inconvenience, in other words, instead of trying to be comfortable, they train in uncomfortable situations until nothing is uncomfortable to them.

One of my favorite Navy Seal Quotes quotes is: "Mind over matter, if you don't mind it doesn't matter."

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How to swim like a Navy SEAL, Mastering the Combat Swimmer Side Stroke

How to swim like a Navy SEAL, Mastering the Combat Swimmer Side Stroke

Four years ago, I started reading about Navy SEAL's. 

Sure, I had been in the Navy, and had worked closely with Navy SEAL's several times. I even worked out with them once or twice.

There was always something about them. They have a command presence. I believe it comes from something called confidence. They have an aura of it. It bursts through them.

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41 Motivational Navy SEAL quotes

41 Motivational Navy SEAL quotes

The US Navy SEAL’s are the most elite group of warriors. They can run for miles on the ground, jump out of airplanes with all of their equipment in tow, and swim for miles in the open ocean. These common men with an uncommon desire to succeed are an extremely motivated, goal setting group.

So what make them so unique and effective? How do they do what they do? They train…a lot.

There is something that they call the big 4. These four things help them to conquer goals, move past fear, and operate at the highest level possible.

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Make Your Bed

Make Your Bed

I’ll never forget being in Navy boot camp, It was one of the most challenging, physical, and worthwhile experiences of my life. Within a couple weeks I was named the RPOC (Recruit Petty Officer) of Ship’s staff. Which meant I was responsible for overseeing the maintenance, cleanliness and leadership of the entire berth. There were 4 divisions in a berth, and about 12 sailors from each berth. That meant I was responsible for about 48 other sailors. This was the first experience that I had in leadership. I had no idea what to do.

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