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The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

Mark Divine / The SEALFIT Network

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The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

Mark Divine / The SEALFIT Network

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582
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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.

Latest Episodes

Doug Bopst on His Journey from Addiction to Recovery and Fitness

EDoug Bopst is a former addict and drug dealer. After incarceration and being in prison, he got himself clean and started a fitness regime thanks to his cellmate. Today he is an author, podcast host, and fitness expert. He shares some of his journey with us and how you can apply that during these VUCA times. Hear how: In order to reach your goal, you must first clearly define your “why” You must embrace failure in order to truly succeed Self-compassion is key, but bear in mind the balance between that and self-accountability Listen in to learn more about how being in the worst situations can lead you to the greatest successes.

57 min3 d ago
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Doug Bopst on His Journey from Addiction to Recovery and Fitness

Planning for the Future with Peter Kennedy and Joe Dufresne

Today Mark talks to Joe and Peter – co-founders of Futures Strategy Group. They help large organizations plan for the future in the VUCA world. They’ve worked in various industries, with various organizations, including NASA, FEMA, the Department of State and Fortune 500 companies. They talk with Mark about how to use Future scenarios to take appropriate actions right now. Learn about: Common themes and needs across several possible future scenarios How it’s unlikely that any particular scenario will happen exactly, but planning for different scenarios lets you prepare for whatever actually is going to happen “Snake wake” – know what externals are going to affect you, and make a straight wake Listen in to hear more about planning and developing business agility

50 min1 w ago
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Planning for the Future with Peter Kennedy and Joe Dufresne

Value and Purpose with Commander Divine

In another solo episode, Commander Divine continues to read from the new edition of his book “Unbeatable,” which is his update to the “Unbeatable Mind” book. Today he’s talking about finding your purpose apart from a job. Hear about: How Mark went through his own process of finding purpose when he was younger How to identify your unique gifts and talents How to start thinking about what you really value in your life. Listen to this episode to learn more about your mission and how to find it.

30 min2 w ago
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Value and Purpose with Commander Divine

Enlightenment and Awareness with Buddhist monk Haemin Sunim

Today, Mark talks with South Korean monk Haemin Sunim about enlightenment, awakening and Zen in general. Haemin Sunim was at Princeton, Berkeley and Harvard before he became a monk. He is the author of two books, “The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down: How to Be Calm in a Busy World,” and “Love for Imperfect Things: How to Accept Yourself in a World Striving for Perfection.” Learn how: You need to be able to slow down so you can appreciate everything more A good teacher matches behavior with lessons about awakening Enlightenment vs. awakening Listen to this episode to understand awakening and enlightenment better.

71 min3 w ago
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Enlightenment and Awareness with Buddhist monk Haemin Sunim

Planning and Leadership with Errol Doebler

EIn the second part of his interview with Errol Doebler (@Leader_193), Mark and Errol talk about work with the FBI SWAT teams and his breathing practices with Wim Hof. Errol is the author of the newly released The Process, Art, and Science of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire Confidence and Clarity in Combat, in the Boardroom, and at the Kitchen Table. He tells Mark about his work finding his own leadership philosophy from the different kinds of work that he’s done. Hear how: The practice of breathing properly is the basis of learning how to lead. You’ll always need to make a plan when you’re confronted with a situation. You must understand the role of the SWAC process in planning. Listen to this episode to hear more about Errol’s approach to planning and leadership.

40 minSEP 24
Comments
Planning and Leadership with Errol Doebler

Errol Doebler on the SEALs and Leadership

EErrol Doebler talks about the different jobs he’s done, from selling photocopiers to joining the Navy SEALs and the FBI. He is the founder of “Leadership 193,” named after his class at SEAL training. He is also the author of “The Process, Art, and Science of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire Confidence and Clarity in Combat, in the Boardroom, and at the Kitchen TableHe talks to Mark today about his SEAL career and what he’s learned about leadership. Hear how: The leadership of the “mundane” is as important as dynamic leadership—if the mundane isn’t well managed, then dynamism isn’t going to succeed. Leadership is primarily about the self-knowledge of a leader. No one can live up to expectations unless they know what those expectations are. So you must communicate effectively. Listen to this episode to understand more about the military and business.

48 minSEP 17
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Errol Doebler on the SEALs and Leadership

Talking Neuroscience with Commander Divine

EIn this solo episode, Commander Divine continues with his reading of the updated version of his Unbeatable Mind book. Today, he discusses the different parts of the brain and different ways of thinking. He also tells us how manage and train our thinking and our brain for better performance. Hear how: There are hundreds of different types of cognitive bias that we need to be aware of We are mentally prone to taking quick shortcuts and focusing more on losses in any situation rather than potential gains Understanding of how we think will lead to whole mind thinking, rather than allowing a single way of thinking to have free reign. Listen to this episode to learn more about how we think and how we can manage it.

38 minSEP 10
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Talking Neuroscience with Commander Divine

James Schmachtenberger on Physiology and Emotion

EJames Schmachtenberger is an entrepreneur and co-founder of the Neurohacker Collective. Today he talks to Commander Divine about different business and medical opportunities, including medical marijuana and nootropics. He also gives us some insight into how Neurohacker products can work for you. Listen in for more information about chemistry and the interaction between your body and your feelings.

67 minSEP 3
Comments
James Schmachtenberger on Physiology and Emotion

Commander Divine on Meditation and Positivity

In this solocast, Mark gives us a preview of the newest edition of Unbeatable Mind coming out later this year. He reads about meditation practices and overcoming the mind’s natural negativity bias. Find out about training your mind for positivity—so you can thrive during these uncertain times. Learn about: How to properly meditate and embrace sacred silence Why you need dedicated training in order to break the negative patterns of the brain How you can connect with your witness and feed the courage wolf—so you can connect to your true self Listen in to get Mark’s insights on meditation and positivity so you can live a life full of contentment and release the shackles of negativity.

49 minAUG 20
Comments
Commander Divine on Meditation and Positivity

Dr. Enric Sala on the Environment and Connectedness

Dr. Enric Sala is a former academic who grew tired of simply writing an “obituary” for the ocean. He now is the National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence and founder of the Pristine Seas project. He is also the author of The Nature of Nature: Why We Need the Wild, in which a quarter of the proceeds goes to ocean conservation. He talks with Mark today about the environment and how we are all connected—much like the current pandemic. Hear how: COVID is a wakeup call for humanity—the time to take action is now Everything is connected—from the environment to our health and the economy Starting an environmental “Manhattan Project” is a must and it only requires three things Listen to this episode to learn more about how the environment is connected to our everyday lives and what we can do to help restore it.

50 minAUG 13
Comments
Dr. Enric Sala on the Environment and Connectedness

Latest Episodes

Doug Bopst on His Journey from Addiction to Recovery and Fitness

EDoug Bopst is a former addict and drug dealer. After incarceration and being in prison, he got himself clean and started a fitness regime thanks to his cellmate. Today he is an author, podcast host, and fitness expert. He shares some of his journey with us and how you can apply that during these VUCA times. Hear how: In order to reach your goal, you must first clearly define your “why” You must embrace failure in order to truly succeed Self-compassion is key, but bear in mind the balance between that and self-accountability Listen in to learn more about how being in the worst situations can lead you to the greatest successes.

57 min3 d ago
Comments
Doug Bopst on His Journey from Addiction to Recovery and Fitness

Planning for the Future with Peter Kennedy and Joe Dufresne

Today Mark talks to Joe and Peter – co-founders of Futures Strategy Group. They help large organizations plan for the future in the VUCA world. They’ve worked in various industries, with various organizations, including NASA, FEMA, the Department of State and Fortune 500 companies. They talk with Mark about how to use Future scenarios to take appropriate actions right now. Learn about: Common themes and needs across several possible future scenarios How it’s unlikely that any particular scenario will happen exactly, but planning for different scenarios lets you prepare for whatever actually is going to happen “Snake wake” – know what externals are going to affect you, and make a straight wake Listen in to hear more about planning and developing business agility

50 min1 w ago
Comments
Planning for the Future with Peter Kennedy and Joe Dufresne

Value and Purpose with Commander Divine

In another solo episode, Commander Divine continues to read from the new edition of his book “Unbeatable,” which is his update to the “Unbeatable Mind” book. Today he’s talking about finding your purpose apart from a job. Hear about: How Mark went through his own process of finding purpose when he was younger How to identify your unique gifts and talents How to start thinking about what you really value in your life. Listen to this episode to learn more about your mission and how to find it.

30 min2 w ago
Comments
Value and Purpose with Commander Divine

Enlightenment and Awareness with Buddhist monk Haemin Sunim

Today, Mark talks with South Korean monk Haemin Sunim about enlightenment, awakening and Zen in general. Haemin Sunim was at Princeton, Berkeley and Harvard before he became a monk. He is the author of two books, “The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down: How to Be Calm in a Busy World,” and “Love for Imperfect Things: How to Accept Yourself in a World Striving for Perfection.” Learn how: You need to be able to slow down so you can appreciate everything more A good teacher matches behavior with lessons about awakening Enlightenment vs. awakening Listen to this episode to understand awakening and enlightenment better.

71 min3 w ago
Comments
Enlightenment and Awareness with Buddhist monk Haemin Sunim

Planning and Leadership with Errol Doebler

EIn the second part of his interview with Errol Doebler (@Leader_193), Mark and Errol talk about work with the FBI SWAT teams and his breathing practices with Wim Hof. Errol is the author of the newly released The Process, Art, and Science of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire Confidence and Clarity in Combat, in the Boardroom, and at the Kitchen Table. He tells Mark about his work finding his own leadership philosophy from the different kinds of work that he’s done. Hear how: The practice of breathing properly is the basis of learning how to lead. You’ll always need to make a plan when you’re confronted with a situation. You must understand the role of the SWAC process in planning. Listen to this episode to hear more about Errol’s approach to planning and leadership.

40 minSEP 24
Comments
Planning and Leadership with Errol Doebler

Errol Doebler on the SEALs and Leadership

EErrol Doebler talks about the different jobs he’s done, from selling photocopiers to joining the Navy SEALs and the FBI. He is the founder of “Leadership 193,” named after his class at SEAL training. He is also the author of “The Process, Art, and Science of Leadership: How Leaders Inspire Confidence and Clarity in Combat, in the Boardroom, and at the Kitchen TableHe talks to Mark today about his SEAL career and what he’s learned about leadership. Hear how: The leadership of the “mundane” is as important as dynamic leadership—if the mundane isn’t well managed, then dynamism isn’t going to succeed. Leadership is primarily about the self-knowledge of a leader. No one can live up to expectations unless they know what those expectations are. So you must communicate effectively. Listen to this episode to understand more about the military and business.

48 minSEP 17
Comments
Errol Doebler on the SEALs and Leadership

Talking Neuroscience with Commander Divine

EIn this solo episode, Commander Divine continues with his reading of the updated version of his Unbeatable Mind book. Today, he discusses the different parts of the brain and different ways of thinking. He also tells us how manage and train our thinking and our brain for better performance. Hear how: There are hundreds of different types of cognitive bias that we need to be aware of We are mentally prone to taking quick shortcuts and focusing more on losses in any situation rather than potential gains Understanding of how we think will lead to whole mind thinking, rather than allowing a single way of thinking to have free reign. Listen to this episode to learn more about how we think and how we can manage it.

38 minSEP 10
Comments
Talking Neuroscience with Commander Divine

James Schmachtenberger on Physiology and Emotion

EJames Schmachtenberger is an entrepreneur and co-founder of the Neurohacker Collective. Today he talks to Commander Divine about different business and medical opportunities, including medical marijuana and nootropics. He also gives us some insight into how Neurohacker products can work for you. Listen in for more information about chemistry and the interaction between your body and your feelings.

67 minSEP 3
Comments
James Schmachtenberger on Physiology and Emotion

Commander Divine on Meditation and Positivity

In this solocast, Mark gives us a preview of the newest edition of Unbeatable Mind coming out later this year. He reads about meditation practices and overcoming the mind’s natural negativity bias. Find out about training your mind for positivity—so you can thrive during these uncertain times. Learn about: How to properly meditate and embrace sacred silence Why you need dedicated training in order to break the negative patterns of the brain How you can connect with your witness and feed the courage wolf—so you can connect to your true self Listen in to get Mark’s insights on meditation and positivity so you can live a life full of contentment and release the shackles of negativity.

49 minAUG 20
Comments
Commander Divine on Meditation and Positivity

Dr. Enric Sala on the Environment and Connectedness

Dr. Enric Sala is a former academic who grew tired of simply writing an “obituary” for the ocean. He now is the National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence and founder of the Pristine Seas project. He is also the author of The Nature of Nature: Why We Need the Wild, in which a quarter of the proceeds goes to ocean conservation. He talks with Mark today about the environment and how we are all connected—much like the current pandemic. Hear how: COVID is a wakeup call for humanity—the time to take action is now Everything is connected—from the environment to our health and the economy Starting an environmental “Manhattan Project” is a must and it only requires three things Listen to this episode to learn more about how the environment is connected to our everyday lives and what we can do to help restore it.

50 minAUG 13
Comments
Dr. Enric Sala on the Environment and Connectedness

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