- By: Joe Touchstone
- Posted on: April 18, 2014
SEAL Training – 7 Powerful Navy SEAL Habits
Can Navy SEAL habits put your prep and survival success on autopilot?
Learn exactly what these elite teams do to virtually guarantee their success.
What you’ll get below:
– 7 game-changing habits that supercharge your effort
– Video interviews with SEALs using these techniques
– Ways to apply their SEAL habits today!
7 Secret Habits of Navy SEALs
Brent Gleeson spent 5 years in the Navy SEALs, deployed in Iraq and Africa on SEAL Team 5. Today he shares 7 habits he learned from that experience — his “keys to success.”
Habit usually means something negative. An automatic behavior we do without really thinking about it, that we’d really like to stop.
But every habit, good or bad, is only that — a repeated action or thought. And if you build habits that add to your success, like a daily prep, then this automatically repeated action drives you to success.
Success on autopilot!
Brent shares SEAL habits “he’s gotten right” that have helped him be a huge success. His article is focused on the corporate world, but can easily be adapted to your own, personal situation.
1. “Be loyal. Team loyalty in the corporate environment seems to be a dying philosophy. Loyalty to the team starts at the top. If it’s lacking at the senior executive level, how can anyone else in the organization embrace it? Loyalty is about leading by example, providing your team unconditional support, and never throwing a team member under the bus.”
Here’s an interview with a SEAL talking about how they fixed a gang problem on their ship. The team stayed loyal to each other, and their commander stayed loyal to his crew, protecting his crew from an internal threat.
Your team might be your family, or a few families of close friends. Whether you have a team starting out when the SHTF doesn’t matter. You’ll need one soon enough.
People are pack animals, and groups have a way of forming on their own. This one’s good to remember.
2. “Put others before yourself. Get up every day and ask yourself what you will do to add value to your team, such as simply offering your assistance with a project. The challenge is overcoming the fear that your team member might say: “Yes, I really need your help with this project… tonight.”
Here’s a video interviewing a SEAL about how bureaucracy gets in the way of protecting your team.
If everyone in your team takes this point to heart, your success will come much easier and faster.
3. “Be reflective. Reflective people often spend too much time analyzing their actions. But imagine if you could harness this talent into something highly valuable? Reflecting on your mistakes, such as mine in Iraq, ensures you never repeat them.”
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