• Unbeatable Mind: Forge Resiliency and Mental Toughness to Succeed at an Elite Level (Second Edition)

  • By: Mark Divine
  • Narrated by: Clinton Carew
  • Length: 5 hrs and 32 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (626 ratings)

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Unbeatable Mind: Forge Resiliency and Mental Toughness to Succeed at an Elite Level (Second Edition)

By: Mark Divine
Narrated by: Clinton Carew
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Publisher's Summary

Feed the courage wolf with Unbeatable Mind! Commander Mark Divine, a retired Navy SEAL and founder of SEALFIT and the popular Unbeatable Mind Academy, presents his insights on how to forge mental toughness, develop mental clarity, and cultivate an authentic warrior's spirit. The book's themes were developed over the past decade to provide a foundational philosophy for his Unbeatable Mind Academy, training designed for special operations candidates that has led to an extremely high success rate. Now enjoyed by thousands from all walks of life, Unbeatable Mind training can lead to a profound transformation of self, leading to breakthroughs in all walks of life and a new "20X factor" awareness that you are capable of at least 20 times more than you previously thought.

This book will help you develop...

  • Mental clarity: to make better decisions while under pressure
  • Concentration: to focus on the mission until victory
  • Awareness: to be more sensitive to your internal and external radar
  • Leadership authenticity: to be a heart-centered leader and service-oriented teammate
  • Intuition: to learn to trust your gut and use your mental imagery to your advantage
  • Offensive "sheepdog" mindset: to avoid danger and stay one step ahead of the competition or enemy
  • Warrior spirit: to deepen your willpower, intention, and connection with your spiritual self.
©2011-2014 Mark Divine (P)2014 Mark Divine

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Good stuff, needs refinement.

If your already a Mark Divine fan, I recommend listening to hear him break down his concepts a little deeper.

If you're new to Mark, I recommend starting with The Way of the Seal for a more accessible entrance into his philosophy.

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  • Em
  • 12-21-17

One of the worst readers...

What quality content may exist in this book is occluded by terrible narration. The reader runs words, sentences, and even chapters together, so there are few natural pauses. This makes the whole thing seem like one run-on sentence. The reader also has odd inflections and pronunciations (beyond minor Canadian accent pronunciations).
The book itself could do well with far less of being an advertisement for the author’s other books, trainings, and camps.

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workbook?

What did you love best about Unbeatable Mind?

learning from the firehose of proven technical knowledge on mindset, goal setting and problem solving.

Did the narration match the pace of the story?

Narration has more than a few obvious fails - but it does not impact information transmission. This book is all about cramming info into a small space - it seems intended as a starting place to develop solid practices....

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

the swiss army knife of overcoming perceived limitations

Any additional comments?

Remarkable information in a distilled form - continually the book refers to a workbook that IS NOT part of available downloads that I can find.....which kinda sucks.

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Not for me

Too many lists too keep track of. should simplify, consolidate where there are similarities and then tell the story. Each chapter has its own unique list. I don't have the capacity of attention span to remember them all and the book doesn't sell me to do so.

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This Book Changed My Life!!!

This book gave me a whole new perspective on my life! Not only does the author share his knowledge on how to be the ultimate warrior he gives you steps and guides on how to achieve this status. A must read for everyone!! Thanks for the guidance Mark!!

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WARNING: unexpected convert to buddhism preaching

What disappointed you about Unbeatable Mind?

Was excited about content & title. Love The Seals! Have several good friends who are Navy Seals. Mark Divine surprised me when he started preaching convert to buddhism nonsense! I know a lot of great techniques for mental toughness. Some line up with many philosophies, eastern and western. But this book lost me when author digressed into convert to buddhism away from original expected premise of the book. They need to add a WARNING LABEL to books that want to have you convert to buddhism to apply their content.

What could Mark Divine have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Focus on mental toughness. Stop preaching buddhism!

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Just don't

What would have made Unbeatable Mind better?

The book needs better pacing and authenticity. I felt like it was all made up spur of the moment to take advantage of the current Navy SEAL craze. I also felt like there were too many 'capitalized' words and concepts, i.e. The Five Mountains.

What could Mark Divine have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Stayed in the shadows.

What didn’t you like about Clinton Carew’s performance?

Overly dramatic reading. Terrible edits.

Any additional comments?

Don't buy this book. It is a waste of time. A synthesis of several systems and not the best of any of them. Crap.

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What an obnoxious, self-boasting pile of crap.



I have never encountered a book so out of line with humility and honor. this idiot must have sore elbows from Patty himself on the back for this entire book. avoid this trash.

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Exceptional

Great book. This book has information that is beneficial to everyone. Excellent narration. You can use the information in this immediately.

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amazing

could not stop listing finished it in two settings. however I do have the book version and there's some visual aids that are in the book that you just don't get in audio

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  • Bookworm
  • 03-04-15

Good

Very good, a must read!!! Lots of information and advise. I would recommend this for every one who is interested in taking control of their future.

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  • Mr. Paul R. Stearne
  • 01-17-19

disappointed.

Disappointed. When you remove the spiritual and religious stuff there is little of use here.

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  • Mr
  • 03-14-18

Machismo for the mind

There is a *lot* of really good stuff in here, useful insights, profound observations and practical advice on team building and mind control. The relentlessly macho tone of the author began to weary me after awhile though, hardly a page will go by without words like "mission", "warrior" and "SEAL team" abounding. I suppose the author is trying to rid mental health training of the "sissy" image it has to some people, but it became a little over done IMHO.

I would listen to it again however. There is plenty of universally applicable wisdom to gain from this book even if you're not part of the testosterone fueled world the author is coming from.

Narrator is fine.

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  • Sam
  • 10-11-16

Leading with your mind

Great tools and analogies to help you develop an Unbeatable Mind no matter what your walk of life. Practical exercises and a road map I'll be suggesting my teenagers use to help them to grow into confident young adults

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  • Luke E
  • 06-25-15

A book to read, not listen to.

quality content, make use of it. audio recording was a bit lack lustre, even some dialogue mistakes in editing? but fine.

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  • Steve
  • 01-05-15

One day one life, be the better you!

Mark Devine has lead an incredible life of courage, determination and excellence. The values and principles he shares from his life experiences are to be respected and encouraged into everyone's daily life, that's if your up to the challenge of being a better you. Great book, highly recommended for those who have self doubt, want to challenge themselves and those who wish to exceed at what whatever they do. Morro6sd1 Australia mate 👍