19 Burst results for "Mark Devine"

"mark devine" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle

The 5 AM Miracle

03:22 min | Last month

"mark devine" Discussed on The 5 AM Miracle

"In the modern world and now here is my interview with josh trent jeff. It seems like it's been four years. Wade has been. It has been for years. Which is exactly my first question for you. Knowing that you know the world is turned upside down. Recently i would love to hear what you have been up to since we last talked on this show which is about four years ago. So what's been going on with you so much. I mean massive pivot from the wellness technology. Focus that was our last subject on the show was using these wearables now. I still believe in them. But what i found was digging deeper into my own wellness. It was more about emotional resilience and emotional intelligence that i was really looking for an also clients and also listeners of the wellness force podcast. So we pivoted about two and a half years ago really doubled down on the emotional intelligence and really understanding what happens. Physiologically how that relates to our emotions Exploring deep deep work on breath. Travelling to thailand for thirty days of training in sedona training with mark devine on a hot non done just having a really really deep introspection on how my relationship with my breath can support my own wellness and then of course having a son which is a really big one so i would say a brand pivot A deeper focus on emotions a deeper focus on breath and a new sun a new baby. Boy that i get to love every day. That is excellent. it's always fun to have new babies around. I've got one another one of my coming pretty soon. So yeah it's it's fun to have those. Let's dig into today's topic which is breath work and this has been on my mind recently quite a bit because i have been listening to some audio books about breath work. I'm guessing the show earlier. This year discussed that different perspective. And i feel like knowing my own history with. Let's call it panic. Attacks anxiety stress. You know highly caffeinated lifestyle. That i live. I feel like there is a strong connection between you. Know people like me. High achievers. Workaho alex And this desired for wellness which you'd hit on directly so let's dig into breath work here from does it..

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"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

05:41 min | Last month

"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Teach and lead by example today because tomorrow might not get another chance. That's great restraint and restraint. An another word for restraint is is discipline. So that's the second principle will talk about. Temperance is disciplined the big fan of discipline discipline training. You know like navy. Seals are like the modern spartans trade ourselves every day in a disciplined way. And we do it. So that we can master ourselves in service to our mission and our teammates in that order so disciplined is literally to be a disciple to something bigger than yourself or higher than your egos cravings desires and you set those aside and you train and you balanced and you restrain from the desire to sleep and restrained from the desire to eat that extra slice of pizza or to or have that extra beer or two. You restrained from that to maintain discipline so that you can you know train and be ready be prepared you master yourself physically mentally emotionally intuition and spiritually as you understand that term so that you can serve your mission that you've committed to that you're calling drawn utah right now. If you don't know you're calling then part of your discipline to do the work of self awareness so the you can uncover that calling. You can hear it with inside. You can open yourself up. Tear internal guidance system to be able to say. Oh yeah my calling pointing me over there. And his disciplined self awareness practice alleged to your calling and then you can take action to eliminate the doubt to fulfill the calling with the power from mission by the way. This is the work on mind. Mastering yourself and service to others in the final thing. I'll say is with temperance is to balance. The extremes love oscar wilde quote in this everything in moderation including moderation. That's great because you know if you say i've got to do everything in moderation but then you get stuck in kind of a the limbo land of not challenging yourself because you think it's too extreme or not doing that extra hard workout or not. Even you know forgetting about perfect zone diet and just blowing out once in a while so that your body can have that kind of remembrance of what is like and and shock. The system is ex- good for you. Then yo-you you actually weaken yourself some so. He was absolutely right. And i one hundred percent believe that i called the eighty twenty rule is do everything as best. You can not perfect but as eighty of the time the twenty percent time let it go. Have the extra drinks. Have the extra food. It doesn't matter because guess what tomorrow you're going to get that smack in. The face says i shouldn't have done that but i'm happy. I did no regrets. And then you're back on the disciplined path and your body will actually reward you for that. And furthermore you know when we go through life with nothing to look forward to with no rejoicing when no play because we're so disciplined or with no rewards then we can kind of get bell. We get delaware. Soften were dull to other people's and that's not temperance. Temperance is everything in moderation including moderation in the first part everything in moderation means just to limit the extreme swings right to try to find a narrow range where balances really The counter acting of one swing to the other right one extreme to the other. I didn't get enough sleep. So maybe i have to get more sleep than normal the next day or on the weekend. That's kind of balancing but to go six months with three hours sleep at night. It's really hard to go back in the other direction because everything else gets out of balance with exercise right if you're always doing extreme exercise eventually you're going to break and then you can't do any exercise so that's not good. Those extremes are bad you got to avoid them but the narrow range with exercises. Do you know enough. High intensity workouts. Every week you know say three maybe four combined with enough active recovery and downtime and yoga type training which would also be three or four and maybe one day where you just take a walk or go. I swim or do some stretching. That's a nice bounce routines in now. You get these little tiny peaks valleys. Instead of these wild swings so temperance balancing these streams everything in moderation including moderation discipline. Yourself to master. What's important to you along the physical mental emotional intuition and your spiritual lines of development. So that you are ready to serve and you can serve more boldly with courage and you can serve with wisdom and then you can also promote or be the facilitator of justice. When justice needs to be done out. This was interesting and helpful. I appreciate your support like i said. If you like this podcast please refer a friend. Send them this podcast and others and help us rate it and Standby for goodness. This is mark devine nebula. Mind podcast till next time. Stay focused and be unbeatable her..

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"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

03:27 min | 3 months ago

"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Vine really unbeatable mind jest. Welcome back thanks for joining me today. Superstock to have you here. Please raise this podcast. It's very helpful for others to find it over thousand five-star reviews so wherever you listen to go and read it if you would. That'd be awesome. And like i said it'll help others. People find the podcast who may be interested as well. Today i have a solo cast My team asked on my instagram channel. I knew instagram channel at real mark. Devine by the way if you wanna go check out some of the cool things. We're posting over there. Real mark devine helped me grow the following because this new my social media was all kind of buried in seal fitting on bill. Mind for years and we're trying to break it out into a standalone so we think have like thirty five thousand followers So let's get that up two hundred thousand more and so we can expand the reach of the unbeaten mine. Try at any rate those who are following me in some of your listening We recently asked. What would you like to hear about in one theme. That came up. A few times was in a few different ways actually was mental toughness. I thought i'd just riff on some mental toughness today and another one was how to build a team. So will riff on that next time and there were a bunch of other things that i'm probably don't worn a full length podcast but i'm probably touch on them at some point just as part and parcel. We're talking about here all right so no guess today. Here we go. What is mental toughness. If obviously and thought a lot about this topic being an expert in mental toughness. But it's kind of like saying you're an expert in leadership right. It's a pretty broad topic so it's helpful to break it down. We're talking about being tough and we're talking about mental the mind so we're talking about toughness of the mind to me. What is toughness start. Their toughness is the ability to commit to something and see it through its Mental resilience of you know of the capacity or around the capacity to deal with the inedible setbacks and to learn from them and to grow and did not get frustrated and not lose motivation so the qualities mental toughness include. You know consistent ability to find motivation where it's at when you need it even if you feel like you've lost the bobble little bit or lost focus. You can refined it. I think motivation is something that needs to be earned every day. It's not something that is endless or limitless supply. That's my experience. And i think a lot of you might agree like sometimes you just don't feel motivated even kicked few too many times. Or maybe you've lost sight of the original. Why or why has changed. Targeted moved your team is all you know. Gone negative on you. Whatever could be a hundred reasons. Why motivation wins and so being mentally. Tough is the ability to find that motivation right here right now by resetting by looking within and reconnecting to a why by recharging up.

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"mark devine" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

02:46 min | 9 months ago

"mark devine" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"Thank it very much who. I hope you enjoyed that insightful. And inspiring conversation with mark and took something away from his episode. This certainly was a motivational conversation. And the idea of transformation both personal and with others through service and mission focus was certainly one of the highlights for me. It definitely touched touched. My area refocuses. Well i'd love to know what you took away from ox episode labor comment blah blog post which you can find at inova biz dot. Co forward slash moc divine. That is im- r. Kyw d. i v. i in all lowercase or one word. Inova biz dot. Co forward slash moc divine. You'll also find contact information there for getting in touch with mark as well as links to the unbeatable. mind website to all. He's books his social media pages and the other resources we spoke about inet conversation today. Box suggested that we have a conversation with brian. Johnson author of philosophers notes on a future in of a podcast episode. so brian. Keep an eye on your inbox for an invitation. From us to the end of podcast could ac- of mark devine kunin again to the next episodes of the inova buzzed. Podcast where we've got yet more fantastic guests lined up including author of the creator mindset near shawn and podcast guesting. Strategist mike tsang. Thanks for listening to this episode. Mike sure you subscribe to the show to be reminded of new episodes. It's free to subscribe review if you even. I'm okay with that. I'm asking you to leave a review because it helps other people find show biz dot. Co two joint marketing transformation. Community an excess a free gift. My team and i made for you. It's the marketing mazda mini class. We want to give you everything you need to. Transform your marketing. Indoor human senate relationship crocus whereas engineering until next on on your stress from of remember be.

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"mark devine" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

InnovaBuzz

07:32 min | 9 months ago

"mark devine" Discussed on InnovaBuzz

"So this everyone usually has a more practical answer. This is the most practical. Because again if you can as i talked about if you can used deep dive from breathing or practice boxing which you can learn more about our website mind dot com or search mark devine bucks breathing on youtube It really opens up both the content in contextual mind and those two need to work together right and left hemisphere. They need to work together if you want to. Innovate is going to be created. So creativity comes out of the spontaneous of new patterns for deep insight of directly perceiving. Something new that you didn't know before and both those capacities i come from whole mind thinking which is the integration of of your rhymes for left hemisphere heart in belet hiking. We now know that your heart and your belly neurological processing and neurons so the whole point about creativity innovation field. Use your whole thinking about your home on and the door into that. Is breath one. Let's box breeding advice side. I'm a vin reading some stuff recently about understanding the mind veterans so on and i think there's a school of thought that's gaining traction which says that the you mind is not just grind mind is actually the whole body and so he has all by what what. That's our belief so what you were talking about earlier about taking care of yourself from a physical sense wellbeing Exercise enough sleep fading. Ya enough The right kanda food. And and then the breathing saying the taps into that in getting the mind to pixel formats. That's right exactly. He had the brain is the organ. And you have multiple brains right. You have the one of the head. That's why the highest. I is up there so executive age but your hearts and brain your bellies of rain nervous. This is a brain new skins a boom fashion. You know it is fascinating. Because i'm in we normal breathing or the heartbeat pumping blood around the body. The digestion all of that happens without a sexually thinking consciously about it. So it's all unconscious and you know if you take this idea of the mind being all over in the different brines you wonder whether the the grind you hid his actual got anything to do with some of that self. Here's here's another thing. Many people don't recognize her understand. Does not talk about much but skew actually hump more blood into your brain through deep dive moment breathing than your heart is able to pump lebron fascinating. Yeah you create this like pump effect with your diaphragm. And with the now that the chest going this and it it creates a wave affect with your blood and gets up gets india brain pushes more blood in your brain heart. S so guy. Phonetic breathing is quite simply one of the most important things that we can do for overall health brain health. Health woman chevy Optimal weight and energy management not mention It's the pathway. You know the lifetime yogi now almost lifetime than since since i consider zanan yoga closely line so since nineteen eighty five studying zen yoga and those traditions believe that the breath is the bridge between the body. Mind spirit so when you when you begin breathing practices. Vox greeted Literally are turning inward and riding that breath from our physical kind of orientation to a mental standing on. We find your mind to connect and deeply spiritual and then all those merge into one experience of wholeness we call that homer are of grading degrading volks braving of for medicare for medically for. I know what's the best thing you've done to develop new ideas reading it. I mean know that foundation leads to also the capacity to really absorb a lot of a nation. But i think re reading me is just absolutely necessary so i read a book a week on my goal is read a book day. I read a lot every day so probably equivalent of book. But i don't actually needed buckle and so i read in three different ways i actually will slow read books that really really interested in Tax or something. That's really interesting. Me in audio book read. I'm gonna come on some podcasts to at a guest in my pocket Book auctions the audiobook our speed read. It wishes occurred like rocking. So i'll just go through the book very quickly and i've got a process for how to do that Retain the fair know. Seventy percent of whatever is going up to a buck forty minister in our home but i think having a daily practice of readings critical and then writings well so i didn't intend to be an author wasn't something but when i wrote for the When i designed the field mind training which came out of my work. Seal fit with special operators. A lot of people are coming and say hey. Can i do what you're doing that i don't want to go get my ass kicked. I said okay. Let me put something together. That's like an online training. Let me in order to do that. Kind of had to really coda fai everything that i was teaching these guys his long thirty day academies it's like there was like american shaolin monk warrior moncus school. She she them all the stuff. We're talking about so. I started writing this program. I ended up writing thousands of pages for this online program. And i wrote on mind the book which then i've had edited now. I'm working on third edition now and britain for other books of five bucks. I'm working with six. So just the process of writing. Unlock this unbelievable creative aspect so reading and writing work together like a hand in the glove right so if you read something even if you just read for few pages in the really inspiring texts journal writing with your hand not reading your hand. Something magical about that really helps expand creativity and helps accelerate your learning. Yeah i'm a big fan of audio books in particular. But i also had luck you. I kind of car at speed listening on a lot of audio google. And then i'll revisit. I'll actually revisit nordia. I this something really interesting that i want to follow up on all reflect on and i'll get the of the physical poco or the evil and listen unrated science time and that is a good way to making not yet. Is i agree with you. They making handwritten nuts is a really powerful way to just rainfalls helps me memorize things. Then does some gear brain now that you just typing computer doesn't do yeah. I mind.

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"mark devine" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

Dose of Leadership

03:47 min | 1 year ago

"mark devine" Discussed on Dose of Leadership

"Jason Redmond Man What an honor to have you on the show. Welcome . the dose of leadership. . My honor to be here. . Thanks for having me I love having seals on the show I. . Think you're my fifth or sixth one and it's always circle. . If. . I look back at that that small circle become friends with. . Almost all of them. . And just connections that happens from meeting with you guys. . It's always so fun to bring you on here. . So I'm excited to have you here. . And I know mark. . Devine. . brought us together rate in the off Yup, , and so they unbeatable mind he beetle mind he's he made. . He's great man he's been on twice and he's got a he's got a great spiritual quality to him. . You know what I mean. . He's like almost like a masters something you know. . He so great. . Will it Beginning of your sealed process, you , became an win obviously. . Does everybody have to go into seal's enlisted I. . Thought I knew this but does it have to start out enlisted or can you go straight officer into seals like if you go to the academy can you yeah I? ? Guess you can right? ? Yeah that makes sense. . Yep, , absolutely. . It's a lot harder. . It's much more difficult to come straight an officer I mean because we there's about An actually there's more now than they were in the past, , but about sixty slots a year for officers, , just to get a slot to go to buds and the Naval Academy gets the bulk they get about thirty. . So that leaves only about thirty slots across the country for direct mission. . OC. . OCS ROTC programs to pick up a slot. . So it's it's very difficult to get one. . Because it seems like it seems like if I was going to do that at the seals was my calling I'd probably do it the way you did it. . Even if I knew I wanted to be an officer. . Did you know you wanted be Nassir like in the mid nineties or does that something that kind of presented itself as you were in? ? It presented itself while I was in. It . was a really my you know I wanted to straight in and the interesting thing is it's like you talk about I, , encourage young men out there if they. . If they WANNA, , be a seal. . Even if they WANNA, , be a seal officer later unless their heart is just set on being a seal officer right up Thron, , I highly recommended them get your degree and then enlists and you'll learn so much more. . Don't give you a whole lot more options and opportunities, , and you can always we'd like to we like to. . From Within for Austin core, , we like the fleet off our enlisted. . So I think it would make you a better officer in that in that type of unit and that small unit leadership I would want that experience coming in as an enlisted seal if it was me. . That's how I would approach it. . Yeah I think it would make a better officer me maybe I'm just being biased that way but I just think no yeah, , ninety percent of the time. . Absolutely. . Yeah. . So when you went in, , what was the desire? ? WAS IT <HES>? ? Will you went to the Navy intelligence I write? ? You weren't you didn't go straight. . Did you know you wanted to be a seal when you're in intelligence or is that just something that you jumped into it? ? True thousands late nineteen, ninety , <hes> there wasn't. . There wasn't a seal rate. . Now we actually have she'll enlisted designator. . So when young men go into the shield team jazz as listed seal, , they're going straight into a pipeline they go to a bootcamp company for seals Prep Course for seals, , and then they go to seal training. . When I went in and all the way up until that changed in the late nineties early, , two thousands you had to get a regular navy job. . I saw they sent you to the regular navy school in a school. . You know some people will recognize it as a navy. . We call it in any see in <hes> army and the marine. Corps. . . It's Mo- ass. . But you get that code go to that school, , and then you apply to go to she'll train and so I went to the intelligence school in Virginia before I went, , she'll try. .

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Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman Shares His Journey on Rebuilding Trust & a Tarnished Reputation

Dose of Leadership

03:47 min | 1 year ago

Retired Navy SEAL Jason Redman Shares His Journey on Rebuilding Trust & a Tarnished Reputation

"Jason Redmond Man What an honor to have you on the show. Welcome the dose of leadership. My honor to be here. Thanks for having me I love having seals on the show I. Think you're my fifth or sixth one and it's always circle. If. I look back at that that small circle become friends with. Almost all of them. And just connections that happens from meeting with you guys. It's always so fun to bring you on here. So I'm excited to have you here. And I know mark. Devine. brought us together rate in the off Yup, and so they unbeatable mind he beetle mind he's he made. He's great man he's been on twice and he's got a he's got a great spiritual quality to him. You know what I mean. He's like almost like a masters something you know. He so great. Will it Beginning of your sealed process, you became an win obviously. Does everybody have to go into seal's enlisted I. Thought I knew this but does it have to start out enlisted or can you go straight officer into seals like if you go to the academy can you yeah I? Guess you can right? Yeah that makes sense. Yep, absolutely. It's a lot harder. It's much more difficult to come straight an officer I mean because we there's about An actually there's more now than they were in the past, but about sixty slots a year for officers, just to get a slot to go to buds and the Naval Academy gets the bulk they get about thirty. So that leaves only about thirty slots across the country for direct mission. OC. OCS ROTC programs to pick up a slot. So it's it's very difficult to get one. Because it seems like it seems like if I was going to do that at the seals was my calling I'd probably do it the way you did it. Even if I knew I wanted to be an officer. Did you know you wanted be Nassir like in the mid nineties or does that something that kind of presented itself as you were in? It presented itself while I was in. It was a really my you know I wanted to straight in and the interesting thing is it's like you talk about I, encourage young men out there if they. If they WANNA, be a seal. Even if they WANNA, be a seal officer later unless their heart is just set on being a seal officer right up Thron, I highly recommended them get your degree and then enlists and you'll learn so much more. Don't give you a whole lot more options and opportunities, and you can always we'd like to we like to. From Within for Austin core, we like the fleet off our enlisted. So I think it would make you a better officer in that in that type of unit and that small unit leadership I would want that experience coming in as an enlisted seal if it was me. That's how I would approach it. Yeah I think it would make a better officer me maybe I'm just being biased that way but I just think no yeah, ninety percent of the time. Absolutely. Yeah. So when you went in, what was the desire? WAS IT Will you went to the Navy intelligence I write? You weren't you didn't go straight. Did you know you wanted to be a seal when you're in intelligence or is that just something that you jumped into it? True thousands late nineteen, ninety there wasn't. There wasn't a seal rate. Now we actually have she'll enlisted designator. So when young men go into the shield team jazz as listed seal, they're going straight into a pipeline they go to a bootcamp company for seals Prep Course for seals, and then they go to seal training. When I went in and all the way up until that changed in the late nineties early, two thousands you had to get a regular navy job. I saw they sent you to the regular navy school in a school. You know some people will recognize it as a navy. We call it in any see in army and the marine. Corps. It's Mo- ass. But you get that code go to that school, and then you apply to go to she'll train and so I went to the intelligence school in Virginia before I went, she'll try.

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"mark devine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"mark devine" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Well, folks my podcast guests and I were commenting before we hit the record button that. His new book could not have come at a better time at a time when many of us need to step up and be leaders and also become inspired to Kinda get more in touch with with who we are and what drives us. and. I literally, just just got his book <hes> yesterday. So thank you very much mark by the way for for leaving me up until the wee hours. Last night reading your books get prepare for this. Interview. Yeah and my guest <hes>. If you're familiar with the way that his <hes> rollicking voice sounds already have guessed who he is. It's commander Mark Devine and <hes> mark has been on my podcast before he actually was on the episode called secrets of the Navy seals had a train eat and think like the world's toughest fighters. But that was a few years ago and a lot has happened since then <hes> in addition to this new book that he's written called staring down the wolf seven leadership commitments that forged elite teams. So mark who is a retired Navy seal commander, he's not to procure. He's a New York Times bestselling author. In. This book he he really gets into a lot of the principles you learned on the battlefield training seals and in his own entrepreneurial growth company ventures, and he really really knows what it means to lead elite teams, and he's he's a wealth of knowledge in in many many other things I've had. The the blessing of being able to travel down to San Diego where his company's located and do his crazy could coro. Day, Seal Esq, training, program, and to highlight of your life. Then that's right. It was actually amazing and marks actually been up to my house to what we did a remember that mark where we did like a was twelve, twelve, hour, twelve hour beat down twenty X. Are you still doing those by the way, the cocoa or the twenty x programs. Well, the answer is yes. When we can. Now everything's on ice. Imagine. We're looking at how California's is kind of rolling slow rolling. Back to normal and the rules would be got race. You know it's not a race got the event you know. So we're hoping to relaunch October

Potent Breathwork Tactics From A Navy SEAL Commander

Ben Greenfield Fitness

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Potent Breathwork Tactics From A Navy SEAL Commander

"Well, folks my podcast guests and I were commenting before we hit the record button that. His new book could not have come at a better time at a time when many of us need to step up and be leaders and also become inspired to Kinda get more in touch with with who we are and what drives us. and. I literally, just just got his book yesterday. So thank you very much mark by the way for for leaving me up until the wee hours. Last night reading your books get prepare for this. Interview. Yeah and my guest If you're familiar with the way that his rollicking voice sounds already have guessed who he is. It's commander Mark Devine and mark has been on my podcast before he actually was on the episode called secrets of the Navy seals had a train eat and think like the world's toughest fighters. But that was a few years ago and a lot has happened since then in addition to this new book that he's written called staring down the wolf seven leadership commitments that forged elite teams. So mark who is a retired Navy seal commander, he's not to procure. He's a New York Times bestselling author. In. This book he he really gets into a lot of the principles you learned on the battlefield training seals and in his own entrepreneurial growth company ventures, and he really really knows what it means to lead elite teams, and he's he's a wealth of knowledge in in many many other things I've had. The the blessing of being able to travel down to San Diego where his company's located and do his crazy could coro. Day, Seal Esq, training, program, and to highlight of your life. Then that's right. It was actually amazing and marks actually been up to my house to what we did a remember that mark where we did like a was twelve, twelve, hour, twelve hour beat down twenty X. Are you still doing those by the way, the cocoa or the twenty x programs. Well, the answer is yes. When we can. Now everything's on ice. Imagine. We're looking at how California's is kind of rolling slow rolling. Back to normal and the rules would be got race. You know it's not a race got the event you know. So we're hoping to relaunch October

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"mark devine" Discussed on Badass Agile

Badass Agile

13:57 min | 1 year ago

"mark devine" Discussed on Badass Agile

"The effective bad ass can be thought of as a balanced leader with a spear in one hand and then bench in the other today. My guest is retired. U S Navy Seal Mark Devine whose books unbeatable mind wave the seal in the upcoming staring down the wolf seven commitments that forge elite teams joins us today to talk. A little about how to forge. Those elite teams had become a true modern bad ass. That's this week on the Bass Gel podcast Greetings team welcome to the bad ass. Agile podcast I'm your host Chris Williams Mark Devine. How are you? I am awesome Chris. Thanks for having.

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"mark devine" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on The Steve Austin Show - Unleashed!

"Needed to complete a short survey survey because the information you give us can help us make things better everything podcast one dot study and everything will be right there for you again. That's podcast one dot study the first one hundred twenty five people to complete the survey will receive a ten dollars Gift Card Guard two restaurants dot com then on I will be selected at random to receive a one hundred dollars Amazon gift card all about shows including Sebok to show a supported by advertisers villainous out will relate help us out once more. Please go to podcast one study. Ah Thank you for listening. This is Steve Austin on damn. Dude would technology. That's going to spend me to my next door about my M._o.. Dude on well how many M._R._I.'S I've had in my life from my neck my first neck injury back in ninety six whenever it was and until just my most recent one seven or eight days ago man I'm claustrophobic as a motherfucker and so oh man I was I'd get to Marash for my shoulder surgery and then I went in for the preempt visit which you do before ever major surgery you game plan down talk about what's going on. You're on the same page everything's cool all professional personal stuff and you got a game plan and then because of the way the pain was in my shoulder that anterior dealt the bicep tendon and that you know the medial hand on the side I it was a classic Infra Infra and Super Tear back until after those punches Romanian fucked it all up and then it was everything so he said man he goes. I WANNA get one more. Look at this show because I want to get into the pectoral region and check that out because you picked is in to that area part of your shoulder so man. I'm thinking fuck the last two Mirage. I knew I was going to get an M._R._i.. So I kinda came ready. If you know what I mean I had a game plan him and so this time I'm going and I ain't ready and so I got nothing and so well fuck. Now I have gotten a couple of M._R.. Is just nilly willy with nothing but that was gritting amount was somewhat mudhole not about good or whatever I'll tell you right now. They used to call me the toughest son of a bitch at a history W._w._e.. Hey dollars shoot. I'll beat a mother fuckers as you could tie me to Oh damn tree and beat me with a tire iron but if you want to stick me into little bitty ass tube where you almost have to get K Y Jelly on my shoulders and shoehorn in that motherfucker home and auto plants yet. Awesome so checking you give me shit for being afraid of the dark. That's a legitimate fear dude so I figured okay you know. I'm just going to ride this shit out and the last few I've been going in that long as tube head I will this time I'm going into tube feet I and because they're taking a picture of my petrol region. They're laying this grid it across my chest which makes it even tighter when I go in that little bitty fucking tube this mother fuckers tight. If you advise the president does this tight you better hang onto it so I go sliding in their flip. I brave as a motherfucker now. Keep in mind a couple of weeks ago. I talked to a navy seal named Mark Divine a navy seal. You don't have bad acid navy. Seals are teddy there so so anyway he finished number one class and he was on a mission one time and he was navigating the other guy was driving and the Navy seals always say too is one one is none meaning if you lose something so you know I guess is is scuba mask got watered in with water and he couldn't reach back viner's other other mass to switch out so he just started box breeding and maintaining his concentration concentration in his focus to complete the three our mission and while his buddy double duty he drove and navigated the subtype of marine grabbed all of us a boat of sub or whatever and he made it feel like forty five minutes according to the book unbeatable mind which I'm still reading. I'm stuck on page eighty so anyway I'm sitting here thinking okay Mark Devine Navy seal box breathing and box breeding as a relaxation and focus technique you take a deep breath breath breathe from your diaphragm teddy not that not your chest you breathe from your diaphragm for a five count and then you hold for five count you X._l.. For Five Count You hold for five count and then you inhale and you repeat the process process so it's a box and it's a realization technique which you can actually slow down your physiological functions your heart rate your blood pressure..

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"mark devine" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Equal parts. So you've got the inhale is the exact same length is the NFL hold exact same link is the exile. Exact same link is the XL hold doing that made me feel out of breath. Just felt weird. So I started doing was I'm going to maximize the pleasure in each part of the breast cycle. So for me, it happens to be a sort of medium inhale a very short inhale, hold a rapid XL. Just let the and then a very prolonged exile. And that rhythm feels awesome. And I do that for ten or fifteen minutes. I can get into an alpha waves stay to feel calm creative. Just feels awesome. That's one of those things that people that haven't tried meditation or tried it. But never got to the part where it feels awesome. My heart breaks for them. It is a tool I rejected for so many years because it felt was see to me. And remember, I'm the guy that had to learn to toughen up. So I fear that that was like backwards momentum. And so finding Mark Devine looked at me and was basically like stop being an idiot and try this. And he's like the stuff asked navy seal, I'm going to try, and then it changed my life. It's interesting though, that long given your interest in neuro plasticity and brain development and being open minded and all that as a learner. I was more about it. Right. Do you have a? Council of mentors. Like who? Do you look to for advising guidance of than your wife? It's really books man books and podcasts. So you know, like, I have the very good fortune of bringing on essentially a mentor every week to come in and people think of it as the hour that I spend with them recording. It's really the twelve hours. I spend researching them that's where it's like twelve hours in rituals world. And then capping that with you know, an hour hour and a half where we get a talk. It's no each other like that's on a whole another planet. So that that's really my mentor ship. These you have a very interesting interest in long jetty. Yes. Can you talk about that a little I I wanna live forever? I'm doing my best plan to forever. But here's I find this very interesting. And I'm way interested in the potential blindspot that I'm creating around how it should be acting today given that as of right now, I m going. Die. So I'm very aware of that. It does not cause me emotional distress to think that I'm dying. So it's not I don't spend a lot of struggling with it. There are two types of people move away. And there's move towards not moving away from death. I moving towards living forever. So I don't have a fear of. I think that when I'm dead, I'm dead. And that's it. I don't think there's anything after that. I think it is light that has been turned off. So it's no spiritual perspective on your at all. If that's how you define spiritual zero. And I personally, that's amazing. So I think that the fact that life one of my favorite quotes came from Phil Jackson sounds very Buddhist to me things come together things fall apart. I should always right now. My atoms are together one day, they will fall apart and cool. I dig that about life. There's there's a sense of renewal that comes with that. And that's one thing I struggle with. We all start living forever. What happens ideas? So because I think they will stagnate I don't think most people push themselves. So I think there are problems with that. But because I love life because I believe. In a near infinite ability to change growing, adopt. And because I'm so excited about hard work and struggle and building and creating and connecting. It's just it's it's just read like I can't imagine ever unless my life became just pain then. Yeah, it'd be like no says make sense like well, the idea of living forever as pure thought experiment is fascinating because you would have to believe or imagine that a huge percentage of the population. Should this become an event in eventuality for people? Would suddenly be struck incredibly risk averse because of the cost of taking a risk is so high if you could perchance live forever..

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"mark devine" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Allocation is my number one priority so much leaders I need I haven't used in the Larmer with any regularity in fifteen years, maybe a little more. So that for me is number one. So now if I sleep longer than I expected unless they have an early morning meeting today, so I slept longer than I expected and I had an early morning meeting. So now, it's like I've got a truncated working out to me is more important than meditating. So working out. How I then if I have time if I've worked I've time I'll meditate. So my order goes working out learning meditating. So depending on what the order is the order might flip. If I'm like really in a stressful period in my life or something like that. Then I may make meditating the priority because I'm not feeling good. So you've got to have some flexibility. But because I know the order that they go in today I worked out, and I wasn't able to learn or I did a little bit of learning 'cause I do transitional moments, but I didn't get as like sit down a really like clocks time. And what is the learning? Look like almost reading podcast, but by reading shoutout to audible, I mean listening, but yeah, I do almost exclusively all of my reading audible you can speed it up to three point five x now. That's so sexy. I can't even like that. I'd have to listen to it again, really know you can reduce your work your way for sure what does the meditation process specifically, look like simple. So I use a. What I call just breathe. So it was born of Mark DeVine's box, breathing at least he was the one that introduced it to me..

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"mark devine" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Then you bring more of yourself to your team and to your children, and and they notice it really quickly when you you. Don't prioritize yourself and your scattered and frazzle and running around and not taking care of your body and not training your mind. Then you're not gonna be as present. You're not gonna be as clear connects decisions. And and you're not able to serve those people as well. Yeah, I love that philosophy. And I'm so glad that you. And so many of the seals are out of the shadows. Now in that, you know, civilians like me, I mean, I know you guys catch hell for it sometimes, but you know, being out in the pop culture, but it's really a blessing for guys like me civilian guys that had access to your mindsets to be able to follow you want social media. I wish more people, especially the younger guys would follow people like you because there's so much knowledge that you guys pass along for free. And there's so much poison out there on social media can really destroy a young mindset. I agree. That's true. All right. Last thing I'm gonna hit you with your Mark. I love to ask all the data that get on the podcast, what type of advice could you give to that new dad or to that about to be father who's out there listening? Well, I think we've talked about it take care of yourself. And then just learn to be present prioritize. Your wife and your son assuming there's a wife and or kid not fun, but your wife and your kid and make sure you're giving them enough time and attention in presence. You know, what I mean, just being, you know, Steph valley's doing or distracted, you know, on your iphone, or, you know, whatever it is that distracts you learn to become less distracted. And to be able to be more present. That's really what kids want need. They just want you to be hang out with them. And do whatever, you know. Without you thinking about something else or being distracted on the phone call. You know, I honestly think they'd rather have you for half an hour just like coloring with them, and you know, being every single soccer game. If you're on their phone working on business. You know, well said I love the advice. Mark Devine has really been an honor for me to have an opportunity to speak with you here today. Thank you so much for giving me a few minutes of your time on first-class fatherhood. We I like snakes very much. Thanks for doing. What you do? All right. We'll be right back.

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"mark devine" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"Cover some great topics. You have some amazing guests on there where do you plan on taking the podcast and the future? So yeah, I I'd like to take the podcast more like a YouTube channel video podcast, that's a whole 'nother level of logistical complexity. So that that'll be initiative for later this year because I got a bunch of other things going on with our business. You know, trying to ramp up our corporate training leadership training for teams and organizations and. So that's it. I'm reading a couple more books right now. I'm working on a book about team building and one for younger leaders, you know, like, you know, people really just kind of heading into the workforce or making a major transition trying to figure out how to really focus better declutter and simplify their lives, and, you know, use their whole mind, you know, and be able mind is kinda like synonymous whole mind. And so got a lot of training around how to tap into deeper level of instinctual intuitive thinking, and and keeping your awareness and evolve your conscious that had the stuff. So I wanna teach the next generation these skills, so 'cause they're the ones that are going to change the world, right? Where a lot of problems. And but they can all be solves. That'll take generation can do that. So we wanna I wanna help an expiration really up level their mental operating system. So that they're making good decisions. For the good of humanity. You know? Yeah. I will include a link to your podcast into description of this podcast episode as well as the link to seal fit, this way, my listeners can just tap the link and get on over there and find out more about it. All right. You've accomplished so much in your life. What kind of goals do you have to yourself? What's next for Mark Devine? Well, I said last year I said a twenty five year vision and mission to train a hundred million world Centric leaders who, you know, through this integrated development program to be a little mind richer versions of it. And that's a that's a pretty big vision. In a pretty big goal. I also know that it's a table at the same time. Or I say that, you know, the energy that brings to me that I have to get you know, like even more serious about coming the person who's worthy of fulfilling that vision in that mission. So I'm, you know, continuing to double down on my own training my own development. You know, I'm on a six months like quest for the next mayor of my own emotional development, going to multitude of trainings. You know, I'm going to Hawaii on it for a communications feminine in a week. And then I'm going to go back to eight day meditation retreat in my her mood and meditation, then I'm gonna go to this deep, you know, emotional family of origin type training called the process. And may you know, and all this is company with deep cleanse, you know, no alcohol. No, you know, no sugar just, you know, really, really clean. So that's like how kicking off this year and kind of catapult me. Forward. So I can finish these books with clarity. And and and then, you know, and that's just kind of the beginning. Right. So I've got this this intense desire to continue my own growth and not you know, because I want to hide from the world. But because I wanna serve in a bigger and more powerful capacity. You know, so self mastery. Proceeds service. Right. And so the service part, I'm comfortable with I've been doing, you know, I feel like that's gonna follow the mastery. You know what I mean? So that's why keep on. That's what's driving me every day. You know, anything keeps me waking. I it's like, okay. Well, how am I doing? How can I improve my own development? And you know, get one percent better every day. And I feel I prioritize it, you know, the things that I do to work on myself ours. Come before the things that I do to satisfy everyone else's needs. And frankly, I think that's an important principle that everyone could, you know, learn from his you gotta take care of yourself and improve yourself, and as you do that..

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"mark devine" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

First Class Fatherhood

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood

"He owns a company called seal fit hosts a podcast called the unbeatable mind, these bestselling alter the list goes on and on it is a big honor for me to say, Mark Devine. Welcome to I last fatherhood. Thanks for having me to be on. All right here. We go. How many kids do you have? And how old are they? Well, let's up two stepdaughters who are fully growed up one of them actually apparent so they're like forty one and forty three I think on that. And then I have an adopted son who's nineteen so Salifou family got a lot of one thing that I would like to ask you Mark since you have Dopp that a child for maybe some of my listeners out there who have adopted or are considering to adopt a child when did you decide to tell your son that he was adopted and how did that work out and Wendy recommend that other das- that are in that position due to same? Great question. We told him as you know, as early as we thought he would understand we made it a really exciting story for him. Right. We told the story about how we discovered you know, that he was gonna be our child and that we flew over to Hawaii from California. And we wait. It for them. And we had you know, we have the full story around around it. And you know, that is parents is biological parents loved him. But you know, he was meant to be parents and stuff like that. My my my my my wife until I call them my mind, that's a whole different issue. She was really good about it. And and and we both dialogue a lot with him. It's been you know, it's been a very open conversation, you know, forever. And every once in a while he'll ask a question, you know, just randomly and about you know, like he didn't really lock on that he had a sister until he was in his teens. And then he started asking about her. And every once in a while sandy will say, hey, do you have any interest in meeting, you know, your your birth? Parents. Yeah. You're my parents, you know, he's very well ingested. And so that's my guess back to the recommendation, you know, have open this really good practice, by the way to have like heartfelt communications with your children, whether they're adapted or not about what's going on their life. And you know, that's a that's a whole developmental tool that we teach is like really really just slow down and presently your kids and find out what's making them pick. And..

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"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Course, I know it will help you enhance your focus improve your fitness and help develop greater confidence emotional resiliency forge mental top this, cultivate, leadership contingency and develop spiritual strength. It will also do so much more. Now, we're launching the program this week, and I want you to know that the price will be going up for the general public on Feb. Ury I but until then were offering it for the original price. Now, this hasn't changed in seven years of five ninety seven for a year or sixty seven a month in February is going up to nine ninety seven and ninety seven a month. So if you're looking for total overhaul in two thousand nineteen at transformation all five months and greater alignment with your calling. Then this is the right time for you. Go to unbeatable mind dot com slash last chance to enroll check it out. You'll be joining a world-class tribe with chosen his path for similar reasons to better yourselves to build a life of mastery on the around the things that really count true peace of mind foundation of strengthen resiliency and greater service in the world. Let's work together toward this end toward your goals. And I'll provide all the support you need number unbuilt. Mine dot com slash last chance. I'm confident this program can change your life. Yup. Hey, folks, this is Mark Devine. Welcome back to the unbeatable mind podcasts. Thanks so much for joining us today. Super stoked a heavy here. Lots of things you could be doing with your time right now. But the fact you're listening is huge me. So who? We've made the podcasts available everywhere. So if you if you want to try it on the different platform it's available in Google, Google play, Stitcher soundcloud, I tunes also at our.

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"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on The Unbeatable Mind Podcast with Mark Divine

"Rain to be an alpha state where he's comfortable there as to uncomfortable. Like, oh my God. Yeah. I got a pick my phone. There's Denny me. Exactly. Don't fetch someplace you're not like a flow state, like open your eyes look around kind. Enjoy smell the flowers all the basics. Make the argument. That flow is our normal state that we've kind of forgotten. Yeah. We've gotten away from disconnected from it we've fallen from it. So we're awakening can be essentially coming back to your true self now that might sound kind of metaphysical, but that's been my experience when you waking is very much of a biological psychological neurological experience. Right. And when you wake up and start getting out of the little monkey mind, you know that. Bastard, you call them. Call them all or something like that. Yeah. But I agree with you. Yeah. He's real bugger. But once you get out of that. And you can then will engage the thinker disengage and being the witness coming home experience that I've had and that's flow. I think that's one definition for me. Yeah. Hundred coming home and being hall again. That's on mighty fine thing. Nice. Nice. This has been a real pleasure in an honor, Jamie. Thank you so much look forward to many more in hearing your speech here at the end Bill my summit, and we really appreciate you being here for Shonan and Lefort skiing with you out at powder mountain. Let's get some tens do that, right, sir. Oh, she's silly me. So where can we find working listeners? Find out more about flow genome and the work you're doing. Yeah. You welcome. Just check out flow genome project dot com is our website where on Facebook under flow genome. And if you want to check out stealing fire at there's if nothing else, there's fifteen thousand words, and notes and resources and find that shit on Amazon. Okay, stealing fires a great book highly recommend it. And I can't wait to see the flow DOJ. Oh, I've been reading about that. So maybe wanderlust I'll see the flow. Doj could take before a spin for show do some Makita hanging or something what you're gonna do. But it sounds awesome. Cats living together. Thanks very much. Yeah. All right, folks. Thank you so much for joining us that was Jamie wheel coming at you from the unbuilt mind summit here in Carlsbad. Don't forget to check out the new and Bill mine online. So you can begin to train to excess flow on demand. See next time. This is Mark Devine out here.

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"mark devine" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

Optimal Living Daily

05:31 min | 3 years ago

"mark devine" Discussed on Optimal Living Daily

"This is optimal. Living daily episode. Eleven twenty one three easy steps you can take to dramatically reduce your stress by Ramiz say Deval teach you to be rich dot com, and I'm just a Molly happy Saturday. Welcome to one of the only podcasts in the world where blogs are narrated to you for free. With permission from the authors. This is an award winning podcast. Thanks to you and making central nice insurance. Let's get right to it and start. Optimizing your life. Three easy steps you can take to dramatically reduce your stress, a Ramiz say d of teacher to be rich dot com. These are actual tips. I found online for how to reduce stress walk in the rain. Tell someone to have a good day in Latin throw a paper airplane, goodbye stress. Are you kidding me? Is this what passes for advice these days if we're going to get a handle on stress, we need more than superficial tactics? Or silly ideas? We've got to get to the root of the problem our own inner psychology. Once we do that, then we can eliminate our stress man, stop it from ever popping up again. If you're tired of worthless advice and one a practical system for eliminating stress. Here are three easy steps you can take to dramatically reduce your stress. Stop one change how you view stress. Dino. Someone who's always calm in stressful situations, it can be tempting to think those people are just wired differently, but people who manage stress well, often feel the same fear and executive as everyone else they just react to those feelings differently. Most people react to stress negatively, they see it as a bad thing. Try to fight it. And as a result beings IT, they feel snowballs, but that doesn't happen. If you learn of you stress as a good thing, which it often is feeling a little stress can be assigned that we're pushing ourselves outside or convert sewn it also gives us energy and motivation to get things done, and there's more you know, that feeling you get when you're in the zone and performing at your peak that doesn't happen without at least a little bit of stress. If you practice viewing stress as a good thing, it won't lead, you feeling overwhelmed. Instead, it'll help you be at your best step to stop stress in his tracks by mastering inner stress control. When we face stressful situations, most of us immediately tents up we forget to breathe or we start taking short shallow brats were usually not aware this happening. It's an automatic response. When that makes us feel even more stressed out. But if we take control of our breathing we. We can reverse those affects will start to feel more calm and in control. This is something I learned from retired navy. Seal commander, Mark Devine, Mark is the founder of seal fit and the author of unbeatable minds and the way of the seal of emails ago. He taught me his box breathing technique. This is the exercise he used while deployed overseas to keep himself calm in life threatening situations. You can see a video of him describing the technique in this post. Learn how navy seals handle stress, this may seem overly simplistic. But the truth is if you control your breathing, you control, your stress don't believe me test at yourself for the next twenty four hours pay attention to when you get stressed is your breathing short, chubby and shallow. When that happens us marks box breathing technique, take deep controlled breasts in through your nose and let your body, relax. You'll likely feel significant drop in stress step three stop stress before it starts the words. We use. When we talk to ourselves has a massive impact on how we feel. Here's an example, when we say things like I never have time to do what I want. We reinforce the belief that we never have time for ourselves. We then feel even more stressed manned annoyed, but we can dramatically change the way we feel just by changing the words, we use when we talk to ourselves this isn't an overnight fix. But by changing our language, we can reduce our stress and gradually eliminate the beliefs that caused the stress in the first place. Here's how to do this step one thing about the last time he felt really stressed about something maybe you're on a tight deadline to finish a big project or needed a break from your kids. Take a moment to write down. What you told yourself in those moments, maybe something like I have to finish this. I won't take a single break until I do or I can't handle this much work or I am. So stressed right now. I don't even know where to begin step two for one week notice any time you use language. Like this then alter your negative language into something more positive, for example. Instead of I'm so busy try. I'm human everyone struggles with this. Instead of I'm gonna fail try. I'll be fine. Even if I failed mall, still be okay. Instead of I am not the kind of person who try what if I tried to do. You just listen to the post title three easy steps you can take to dramatically reduce your stress by remain say devolved teacher to be rich dot com. I think quick for the Saturday episode, and I'll keep this ending nice and shore buyout as mentioned really quick that a great way to show. Your support is to be a part of my weekly newsletter mailing lists at old podcast dot com. A love for you to be part of the old family the for doing that and for being here and listening everyday, including the weekends, and I'll be back tomorrow where your whole life awaits.

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