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Staring Down the Wolf: Excellence

By December 12, 2019 2 Comments

“Curiosity relates to exploring and expanding one’s perspective. Innovation is about using that new perspective to take bold action, to create something new. ” – Mark Divine

Today Commander Divine has a solocast and continues to read from his upcoming book, “Staring Down the Wolf.” In this episode, he talks about excellence and how to achieve that commitment for elite leadership.

Learn how:

  • There will always be tension between the protectors of traditional ways of doing things and the curious innovators.
  • Part of a good solution needs to be a focus on simplicity
  • Good use of the Eisenhower Matrix helps you make decisions and focus on the correct issues.

Get a preview of how to enhance your own leadership skills to foster excellence.

You’ve probably already heard Mark extolling the virtues of the PowerDot to help with recovery. The PowerDot is an electrical stimulation device that allows you to increase performance, speed up recovery and overall achieve a deeper mind/body connection. Many stim devices can be clumsy and hard to use. PowerDot achieves simplicity and is well-designed. They put professional level physical therapy in your hands easily and inexpensively. They now have a version 2.0.

Listeners to the podcast can save by using the code UNBEATABLE at checkout for 20% off the regular price.

Dr. Parsley’s sleep remedy was designed to help Navy SEALs to overcome some of the sleep challenges that they have as hard-charging individuals. Doc Parsley believes that proper sleep and recovery is absolutely essential to maintain our ability to perform at a high level. His sleep “cocktail” includes a number of supplements to provide our bodies with chemicals naturally produced by the brain to encourage sleep. Commander Divine is a huge fan and encourages members his tribe to try it out for themselves. Enter “unbeatablemind” at the checkout on www.docparsley.com  to get 10% off.

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Join the discussion 2 Comments

  • william h dendy says:

    I have bought the book. I’m 85 years old, but am anxious to keep in shape and stay alive as long as the Lord lets me. The breathing exercise is great for older people, but I can’t get people at the “Y” to do it or believe in it. My son does it and he is a swimmer. Keep talking and writing. Thanks. Bill Dendy Westminster, md.

  • MJ Quinn says:

    Best definition of creativity … “a sensitivity to similarity” David Bohm, On Creativity

    Best definition of dialogue … “a shared understanding” David Bohm, On Dialogue

    My creativity is in understanding Western, non-communicable diseases that, in part, arise from injuries to autonomic nerves (see Wiki) caused by (I) physical efforts during defecation (Ii) difficult first labours (iii) surgical procedures … and a few other things !

    It takes simplicity, insight and Shanghai !

    Great job – well done !!

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