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Self-Discipline: Master Self-Discipline and Develop the Mental Toughness of a US Navy SEAL in 30 Days

How to Build Self Confidence, Maintain Motivation and Achieve All of Your Goals
Narrated by: Michael Stuhre
Length: 4 hrs and 16 mins
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Break bad habits and regain control of your life so it becomes transformed. So many of us are victims of our own bad habits, but this audiobook can teach you how to attain self-discipline like a soldier and form new, better habits that change your life.

In order to identify your bad habits and learn new ones, become more aware of yourself and your inner workings. Becoming more self-attentive means learning how to pay attention to your mind-set, behaviors, and thinking. Staying the course can be hard, but it’s essential to keep your goals in sight and not be discouraged. This audiobook will teach you how becoming self-aware helps you along the entire journey. 

To start, learn about how habits form in the first place. There’s a long history of scientists figuring out how people develop habits, and you’ll get a background on Pavlov, John Watson, BF Skinner, as well as the theory of “conditioning” and positive/negative reinforcement. Psychology has gone through many phases when it comes to human behavior, so you’ll always get a rundown of what modern science thinks about all of this. 

Self-discipline and SEAL soldiers are known for their self-discipline, and SEALs represent the ideal measure of everything self-discipline is about. What kind of thinking propels them? They have a strict code you’ll learn about, like how they behave as if the battle is already over and how hard situations serve to drive personal growth. The environment a SEAL lives in is fueled by motivational speaking, mantras, and ethos (the spirit), which all help build rock-solid self-discipline and focused thinking. 

Live your life as if you were a soldier. You don’t have to be a soldier to live like one when it comes to having self-discipline. Identifying and picturing your success is crucial and proves how the visualization of victory is half the battle toward actually achieving it. Every success is important, so even the smallest goals should be treated with great weight. They all add up to form a nucleus of behavior that drives you forward. 

How do you build a plan of action for changing bad habits into good ones? This audiobook lays out a plan for success:   

  • Replacing bad habits with good ones
  • Always striving to be consistent 
  • Setting yourself up for success and not failure
  • Remembering that urges are temporary
  • Letting people in your life in on your goals

Self-discipline, good habits, and better productivity can be achieved by anyone, even if they aren’t soldiers or SEALS. By harnessing the mind-set of the elite, you can change your life for the better when you listen to this audiobook!

©2017 Ethan Jackson (P)2018 Ethan Jackson

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This audiobook is awesome for me.

This audiobook is awesome for me, it really made me a better person! I will surely recommend this audiobook to my family and friends.

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This book is really awesome for me!

I believe life is all about learning and improving oneself and this book puts a lot into perspective and allows me to think positively. This book is really awesome for me!

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It's a really huge changes to my life!

This one is a true joy to read and I am excited to give it to a few of my friends. I loved the format, too. It's a really huge changes to my life!

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Good material, terrible reading

Honestly, good message and useful information, but the reader or the recording was terrible. I'm not sure which one. at 1.00 speed it was drawn out and awful to listen to. At 2.00 speed, it seemed better, but the monotone reader didn't seem excited and engaging about the topic. hard to get into. I've listened to many books and was interested as I purchased this specifically because I wanted to hear a Navy Seal position on the info, but didn't gain anything.

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Horrible narrator...

Might be a good book, couldn't listen to the reader any longer.... Should be an actual specwar reader.

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5 Stars All Around

The story and narration are perfect. From the onset this book explains some of the challenges and mindsets that Navy Seals embody when faced with impossible tasks. Personally, I like the idea of knowing that the mission is already complete and the idea that failure is not an option. This book is powerful from the word go.

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the narrator doesn't maintain the same volume. I found myself trying to adjust the volume every sentence because he would start off strong then trail off at the end of every sentence. So I could have it too loud and hear everything or a normal volume and miss the end of the sentences. His voice was irritating.

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The subject matter was interesting but it was very hard to listen to due to the narrator. Very dull and not entertaining sounding. I did listen to it all the way through but it was hard to. His voice was distracting.

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A very useful guide to self discipline.

A very useful guide to self discipline, giving lots of advice on how to beat procrastination and become more productive in your every day life.

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Yet powerful insight into how change is possible.

It’s often the thing we fight against the most but when we have it in any aspect of our life, we are the happiest. This book not only explained this phenomenon but gave some simple yet powerful insight into how change is possible.