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Navy SEAL Insights On Taliban Takeover w/ Rob O'Neill & Rich Diviney Like you, I've been STUNNED and HEARTBROKEN over how events in Afghanistan have unfolded during the past several weeks. Our pullout remains an open wound, especially after 13 of our brave service members were killed in a suicide bombing on August 26 outside the Abbey gate of Kabul’s airport.   👉 SUBSCRIBE TO ED'S YOUTUBE CHANNEL NOW 👈  → → → CONNECT WITH ED MYLETT ON SOCIAL MEDIA: ← ← ← ▶︎ INSTAGRAM ▶︎ FACEBOOK  ▶︎ LINKEDIN ▶︎ TWITTER ▶︎ WEBSITE   Like you, I WANT ANSWERS! So, I asked two men I respect and admire to help us make sense of what happened and what comes next. In a world that sometimes throws the HERO and PATRIOT label around too much, these men have not only earned those distinctions, they’ve also set the standard. I am honored to welcome Robert O’Neill and Rich Diviney to this week’s show. Rob was a Navy SEAL from 1996 to 2012, went on 400 missions (that he can admit to), and is the man who killed Osama bin Laden during Operation Neptune Spear in 2011. Rich is a retired Navy SEAL commander who served more than 20 years, including 13 overseas deployments—including 11 in Iraq and Afghanistan. Without a doubt, both men are UNIQUELY QUALIFIED to talk about current Middle East events. They are not armchair experts. They LIVED it, and they have a lot to SHARE with us. In a sweeping, honest, and often unsettling talk, Rob and Rich PULL NO PUNCHES about their impressions on the current state of affairs in the Middle East and how poorly the evacuation was handled. We also get into our military’s long-term STRATEGIC LEADERSHIP direction over the past 20 years and how past and current decisions have impacted our troops on the ground. You’re going to hear how the CHAIN OF COMMAND works, and you may not be happy with the “why and how” involving our policy decisions. Many of us have also struggled to understand how and why we left behind so much equipment and weapons of war for the Taliban’s benefit. Of all the UNANSWERED QUESTIONS that remain, this could have the most far-reaching and negative implications for the entire world. Rob and Rich offer insights into GLOBAL POLITICS, including how China, Russia, and other actors will redefine their roles as military and economic powers in the near term and why that could impact how next conflicts will be waged in the future. I’ve heard from many of you about your concerns over the potential of increased terrorism threats in the United States with the fall of Afghanistan. Rob and Rich also discuss the role of the Taliban and other terror groups and speculate on what to be to watch for in the coming months and years. This is a FRANK interview by two men who are UNFILTERED in their honesty, insights, and opinions. If you want ANSWERS about what happened in Afghanistan and what comes next in the Middle East and in the United States, this is an hour of your time well spent. Finally, to Rob, Rich, and all the BRAVE MEN AND WOMEN who now serve or who have served our country in the armed forces, THANK YOU FOR YOUR VIGILANCE AND YOUR SERVICE.
Former Navy SEAL Rich Diviney On The Attributes That Drive Optimal Performance Today’s guest and what he shares with us will give you a deeper look into how we can maximize our potential not just by learning more skills, but instead by strengthening our attributes. Very seldom are attributes looked at as a way to determine someone's capabilities or potential for success...and there is a very good reason why. Skills you can see and are teachable. Attributes on the other hand are rarely seen, nor can be taught. You will learn today of the innate attributes we all have, but how to determine where your strengths or weaknesses lie and then what we can do to work towards developing our attributes.  My guest today is former Navy Seal commander Rich Diviney.  In a career spanning more than twenty years, he completed more than thirteen overseas deployments—eleven of which were to Iraq and Afghanistan. As the officer in charge of training for a specialized command, Diviney spearheaded the creation of a directorate that fused physical, mental, and emotional disciplines. He led his small team to create the first-ever “Mind Gym” that helped special operators train their brains to perform faster, longer, and better in all environments—especially high-stress ones. Since his retirement in early 2017, Diviney has worked as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant with the Chapman & Co., Leadership Institute and Simon Sinek Inc. He’s taught leadership and optimal performance to more than five thousand business, athletic, and military leaders from organizations such as American Airlines, the San Francisco 49ers, and Zoom Also Rich just released his newest book THE ATTRIBUTES: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance. Where he explores the very clear difference between attributes and skills. Do you have what it takes to succeed in any situation? According to a retired commander, true optimal performance goes beyond just skill. It’s all about THE ATTRIBUTES As someone who was recruited to create elite teams within the elite, Rich’s understanding of using not our skills which can be trained, but our natural attributes like leadership, decisiveness, humor and even narcissism to everyone’s advantage. Rich has a unique perspective and ability to break a complex idea into usable information for our own lives, and we can direct this knowledge in business, personal, or wherever we are looking to get more out of ourselves, our groups, or our teams. You will learn: how you can bring certainty to uncertainty how to utilize times of challenges to grow even more the importance of controlling your controllables difference between your personal traits and your attributes the 5 umbrellas of attributes  what is task switching  difference between self-discipline and discipline asking ourselves better questions what's it mean to know your 3-foot world peak and optimal performance  how to shift out of fear and anxiety what determines you are a Leader  For full show notes and episode resources head to https://ericalippy.com/rich-diviney/ Find our guest at: https://theattributes.com/ @rich_diviney @theattributes Take The Free Assessment Tool Please don't forget to subscribe and leave a review! FIND YOUR HOST: https://www.instagram.com/ericalippy PASSION LOVE PURSUIT INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/passionlovepursuit/ PASSION LOVE PURSUIT FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/passionlovepursuit/ PASSION LOVE PURSUIT PODCASTS: https://ericalippy.com/the-podcast/
Staying Calm in the Face of Panic | Rich Diviney As a Navy SEAL who completed more than 13 overseas deployments, Rich Diviney was trained in some of the most tactical techniques in the world. Eleven of those deployments were in Iraq and Afghanistan. So if anyone knows anything about staying calm in the face of panic, it’s him. So how can us civilians use military techniques to help us deal with the punches life throws at us? Listen to this latest episode to find out. || LINKS || https://theattributes.com/ | Full Show Notes - https://darinolien.com/112-staying-calm-in-the-face-of-panic-rich-diviney/
#323 Elite Mental Performance With Navy SEAL Commander Rich Diviney Rich Diviney Is a Former Navy SEAL Commander with over 20 years of active duty under his belt, including 13 overseas deployments. In this podcast, Rich shares his unique perspective on the attributes that create elite performance. He recently published a book called The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers Of Optimal Performance. You can find it here | https://theattributes.com/

 

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#65: Searching for Attributes with Rich Diviney Should you hire for skills or innate qualities? On this episode Sri interviews Rich Diviney, highly accomplished career SEAL officer and author of the book The Attributes. Rich makes the case that skills are a poor predictor of success, especially during times of stress or uncertainty. notesThe Attributes on AmazonIntro and/or outro music in most episodes is by Paul Sridhar ( Spotify ). EXPLICIT EPISODE: If you have kids in the car, we hope you’ll choose another.Connect with Sri on Instagram: @sri_the_warrior_poet  + @sri_actually Disclaimer: Any audio clips are included with every intent and steps taken to abide by Fair Use and serve the purpose(s) of illustration, education, augmentation, or promotion of source content.
Rich Diviney - Knowing your attributes to survive Navy Seal Hell Week! This week on ‘It’s More Than Money’ Kye talks with Rich Diviney, a former Navy SEAL Commander and author of The Attributes – 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance.
Beneath obvious skills are hidden drivers of performance, surprising core attributes that we all possess — including cunning, adaptability, perseverance, courage, even narcissism. These attributes determine how resilient, situationally aware or how conscientious we are, ultimately, they can play a significant role in determining how successful we are in life.
We explore with Rich what these attributes are, how to identify ones that exist within you and how being aware of these can help you be at peak/optimal performance. Importantly, Rich explains that optimal performance is about doing the very best that you can in the moment—whatever that moment might be and whatever “best” looks like. It is the ability to do the best you can in any environment and the attributes you possess that will help you.
We talk about the difference between skills and attributes, how to overcome fear and humour as a super power in all that you do personally and in business. Rich also sheds some light on the Navy Seal Hell Week and what separates those who make it it to become a Navy Seal and those who don't
Rich has also offered the following free Attributes Assessments tool to measure the essential components of Grit, Mental Acuity, and Drive. Follow the link and complete the assessment to see what attributes you possess and check out Rich's content;
https://theattributes.com/assessment-tool/
This is a really insightful episode with invaluable concepts we can all use, take a listen.
Shots From the Winchester Podcast #35: Rich Diviney What happens when you get three Navy SEALs together for a podcast? You get plenty of jokes, self-deprecation, and a lot of lessons about leadership, teamwork, and working through tough challenges. Jonathan Cleck sits down with Joe Crandall, CEO of Greencastle Consulting, and Rich Diviney, author of The Attributes: 25 Drivers of Optimal Performance. Together, the three of them weave the lessons learned throughout their military and consulting careers into a lighthearted and entertaining conversation worth busting out some note-taking gear for!
Rich Diviney - The Attributes: A Navy SEAL Commander on the hidden drivers of elite performance Rich Diviney - The Attributes: A Navy SEAL Commander on the hidden drivers of elite performance Skills are not enough. 90% of Navy SEAL recruits fail to pass the basic training. And 50% of Navy Seals fail training for specialised command. Today’s guest, former Navy SEAL Commander and officer in charge of training for specialised command Rich Diviney asked why? Beneath skills there are hidden drivers of elite performance. These drivers are attributes like resilience, grit, and adaptability. But how do you develop attributes?I am a big believer that if you want to develop mastery in any area you need to learn it from those that perform that skill in the arena’s where the stakes are the highest. And if you want to learn resilience, grit, adaptability, and leadership then it is hard to go past Rich Diviney.Today’s guest Rich DivineyRich Diviney served in the US Navy for 20 years. He served in 13 overseas deployments including Iraq and Afghanistan. As a Navy SEAL, Rich served as the officer in charge of training for specialised command. In this role he went on to create the “Mind Gym”, a program of physical, mental, and emotional training designed to train Navy SEAL’s brains to perform better in all environments, but particularly stressful environments.Since retiring from the Navy in 2017, Rich has worked as a consultant and speaker with Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, Simon Sinek Inc, and Dumanis Enterprises.He has spoken to over five thousand leaders from the worlds of business, sport, and the military. He has spoken to leaders from organisations such as American Airlines, Deloitte, Zoom, and the San Francisco 49ers. On January 26, 2021, he released his first book “The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance”.“What skills don’t tell us is how people are going to show up in stress, challenges and uncertainty. In those environments we lean on attributes.”“The secret to success is not necessarily to never quit, I’m going to quit as many times as I have to until I find the right way to do it.”“People decide whether or not they want to follow us. You cannot self-designate as a leader.Someone else decides whether you are someone to follow and that is always based on your behaviour.”“The quality of our lives is directly proportional to the quality of questions we ask ourselves on a consistent basis.”Website: https://theattributes.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rich_diviney/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richdiviney/You’ll learnWhy quitting is different to giving up - and how successful people use quitting to redirect their energy elsewhere. That perseverance is made up of the attributes of persistence, tenacity, and fortitude. Why the best leadership is mostly observing rather than micromanaging.The difference between skills and attributes. Skills are taught, however attributes are inherent and developed. Skills direct our behaviour in known situations. Attributes direct us in situations of stress and uncertainty.What attributes you should develop and how to develop them. That grit is made up of four attributes: courage, perseverance, adaptability, and resilience.Why courage is the ability to step into our fear - and how our brain rewards us with dopamine when we do.Freezing in a moment allows you to stop and think deliberately about what to do next and, unexpectedly, is a technique used by all Navy SEAL’s.Sometimes you just need to move, and movement will reveal the next course of action.The different ways to recover from stress and trauma. And why sometimes you cannot do it alone.How to master the pivot. The one you don’t see coming and the ones you choose.That elemental behaviour is made up of attributes and identities, and how identities shape our behaviour.The attributes of leadership: empathy, selflessness, decisiveness, authenticity, and accountability. That our minds are question answering machines - and by feeding it the right questions, we can guide ourselves to success. Including why, by default, we tend to get ourselves into a negative question loop when the road gets tough.The power of gratitude.Reference and links mentionedRich Diviney's new book, T<a href="http://www.theattributes.com/" rel="n
Rich Diviney - The Attributes: A Navy SEAL Commander on the hidden drivers of elite performance Rich Diviney - The Attributes: A Navy SEAL Commander on the hidden drivers of elite performance Skills are not enough. 90% of Navy SEAL recruits fail to pass the basic training. And 50% of Navy Seals fail training for specialised command. Today’s guest, former Navy SEAL Commander and officer in charge of training for specialised command Rich Diviney asked why? Beneath skills there are hidden drivers of elite performance. These drivers are attributes like resilience, grit, and adaptability. But how do you develop attributes?I am a big believer that if you want to develop mastery in any area you need to learn it from those that perform that skill in the arena’s where the stakes are the highest. And if you want to learn resilience, grit, adaptability, and leadership then it is hard to go past Rich Diviney.Today’s guest Rich DivineyRich Diviney served in the US Navy for 20 years. He served in 13 overseas deployments including Iraq and Afghanistan. As a Navy SEAL, Rich served as the officer in charge of training for specialised command. In this role he went on to create the “Mind Gym”, a program of physical, mental, and emotional training designed to train Navy SEAL’s brains to perform better in all environments, but particularly stressful environments.Since retiring from the Navy in 2017, Rich has worked as a consultant and speaker with Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute, Simon Sinek Inc, and Dumanis Enterprises.He has spoken to over five thousand leaders from the worlds of business, sport, and the military. He has spoken to leaders from organisations such as American Airlines, Deloitte, Zoom, and the San Francisco 49ers. On January 26, 2021, he released his first book “The Attributes: 25 Hidden Drivers of Optimal Performance”.“What skills don’t tell us is how people are going to show up in stress, challenges and uncertainty. In those environments we lean on attributes.”“The secret to success is not necessarily to never quit, I’m going to quit as many times as I have to until I find the right way to do it.”“People decide whether or not they want to follow us. You cannot self-designate as a leader.Someone else decides whether you are someone to follow and that is always based on your behaviour.”“The quality of our lives is directly proportional to the quality of questions we ask ourselves on a consistent basis.”Website: https://theattributes.com/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rich_diviney/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/richdiviney/You’ll learnWhy quitting is different to giving up - and how successful people use quitting to redirect their energy elsewhere. That perseverance is made up of the attributes of persistence, tenacity, and fortitude. Why the best leadership is mostly observing rather than micromanaging.The difference between skills and attributes. Skills are taught, however attributes are inherent and developed. Skills direct our behaviour in known situations. Attributes direct us in situations of stress and uncertainty.What attributes you should develop and how to develop them. That grit is made up of four attributes: courage, perseverance, adaptability, and resilience.Why courage is the ability to step into our fear - and how our brain rewards us with dopamine when we do.Freezing in a moment allows you to stop and think deliberately about what to do next and, unexpectedly, is a technique used by all Navy SEAL’s.Sometimes you just need to move, and movement will reveal the next course of action.The different ways to recover from stress and trauma. And why sometimes you cannot do it alone.How to master the pivot. The one you don’t see coming and the ones you choose.That elemental behaviour is made up of attributes and identities, and how identities shape our behaviour.The attributes of leadership: empathy, selflessness, decisiveness, authenticity, and accountability. That our minds are question answering machines - and by feeding it the right questions, we can guide ourselves to success. Including why, by default, we tend to get ourselves into a negative question loop when the road gets tough.The power of gratitude.Reference and links mentionedRich Diviney's new book, T<a href="http://www.theattributes.com/" rel="n
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