“It’s often said that we need to adapt and overcome, but I suggest that we overcome and then adapt. Overcome the obstacles first, then learn to adapt to the experience to become more resilient. ” – Mark Divine
Mark’s new book about the seven commitments of leadership has just come out. It is called “Staring Down the Wolf: 7 Leadership Commitments That Forge Elite Teams,” and is available now from Amazon and from staringdownthewolf.com. Commander Divine writes about many of the great leaders he met in SpecOps to give examples of the commitments that one has to make to the 7 key principles of Courage, Trust, Respect, Growth, Excellence, Resiliency and Alignment.
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.
As you guys know, Mark has been using Halo Sport for the last year and half and he has loved it. Halo Neuroscience revolutionized human performance when it debuted Halo Sport in 2016, the first brain stimulator that accelerates muscle memory development. Halo Sport is now trusted by teams and athletes from the U.S. military, Olympics, MLB, NBA, NFL, NCAA, and more.
Well they recently launched Halo Sport 2 – a fully upgraded Halo Sport at a lower price making this revolutionary technology more accessible to all. It’s fully wireless and has excellent sound quality. It also has an upgraded app with new stimulation data and tracking.
It makes neurostimulation accessible for all with its price point in line with other headphones at $399.
Just go to haloneuro.com/pages/mark-divine and use code MARKDIVINE to get an additional discount. Using MARKDIVINE will ensure you get the lowest price available.
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I feel the same way, we need to start controlling the impact on our Planet. I love to know that Navy Seals care for this thing.