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Unbreakable Podcast is for people who want to rediscover their edge. I believe in the human ability to get off the X and regain their edge. It doesn’t matter how old, how many times you have won or lost, or how low you have become. I am committed to you getting your edge.
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Unbreakable Podcast with Thom Shea Thom Shea, Navy SEAL

    • Entrepreneurship

Unbreakable Podcast is for people who want to rediscover their edge. I believe in the human ability to get off the X and regain their edge. It doesn’t matter how old, how many times you have won or lost, or how low you have become. I am committed to you getting your edge.
Join the Unbreakable Tribe and push your limits.
Pre-order Three Simple Things here: https://amzn.to/2tbsBeo

    158. Best Selling Author David Lee Jensen, hire slow-fire fast.

    158. Best Selling Author David Lee Jensen, hire slow-fire fast.

    #1 Bestselling Author • International Speaker • Founder of The Hiring Academy & Interview Blueprint David Lee Jensen, Founder of The Hiring Academy and Interview Blueprint, is the Author of the #1 Bestselling book The Naked Interview: Hiring Without Regret and travels the world as a motivational keynote speaker focused on Team Building, Hiring, Leadership and Entrepreneurship. David shares his insight, inspiration and secrets to success, from growing a company to $2.5 billion in client sales. His analogies on happiness and his story of overcoming personal adversity to get there are riveting. His expertise in hiring the right person, the first time and every time is applicable in every arena as “The people you choose will change the trajectory of your business and your life.” His clients include Fortune 50 to industry associations, including Microsoft, NetApp, McDonald’s, Jamba Juice and Grant Cardone Enterprises. David will entertain, educate and engage your conference audience or workshop team with practical exercises to increase personal performance.
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    • 58 min
    157. A non-negotiable life with Jodi Barrett

    157. A non-negotiable life with Jodi Barrett

    At some point in all the chaos of life you have to go for it.  I am constantly searching for the people who go for it and set up a non-negotiable life.  Jodi Barrett goes for it and doesn't negotiate with failure or excuses.
    Contact Jodi: jodi@kettlebellkicboxingcanado.com or on linkedIn at Jodi Barrett
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    • 35 min
    156. Health: what are you waiting for?

    156. Health: what are you waiting for?

    The older I become the more I ask myself and others this question.  What are you waiting for? 
    It is the beginning of the year and for god’s sake the year is 2020 and 2020 implies clear vision so let’s not waste it. 
    I know, I know you are waiting for something but that something will never come.  School is in the way, injury is in the way, your spouse doesn’t support, you are too old or too young, you are too busy with a job or too busy finding a job.  It is too cold outside.  I get it. 
    I was reading an article on American obesity this morning and it made me laugh.  The next article was on how fewer Americans than ever before can pass the physical screening test to enter the military; that made cry. 
    So, are you telling me the American public with all the money and opportunity and free access to how to be healthy is worse than ever before?  Is that what you are telling me?
    I hope that got your attention like it did mine.
    Hey this is a new year so let’s all start where we are and get after health.  Here is why.  Because you can.  Because your body and your health are the only things that follow you to the grave and the only thing you personally have complete ownership of.
    If you are a young kid between 13 and 18, here is what I suggest you can do every day, whether your school supports recess or gym or doesn’t for some odd reason, do 20 push-ups a day, 20 sit-ups, and 20 squats every single day.  You don’t need any money or equipment or support and can do these exercises in your room.  If you are really bold make sure you run, jog, or walk for 1 mile a day.  Stop eating refined sugar even though all your friends do it and it takes really good.  Point is that sugar makes you fat a lazy.  The choice is yours.  Make a good one.
    Opposite end of the age spectrum where all the money is wasted due to neglect.  If you cannot stand for some reason due to bad knees or injured hips than put the remote in your hand and do as many bi-cep curls as you can, even if you can only do 10 your life will change if you do these every day.  If you cannot get up, then tighten and loosen your belly muscles until you are warm, and they are tired.  Move your shoulders around in circles until they are warm.  I know they are stiff, and you feel old and broken but get to it what are you waiting for.  Finally, drink more water even if you are on diuretics. Don’t waste away by none action and bad eats. 
    The next group reflects the group in the obesity article.  Men and women between 35-60 are fatter and in worse health than ever before.  I don’t think that is true.  I actually think the author was trying the meet a deadline to get paid.  Yet, peeps, you all have nothing but excuses as to why you are not healthy.  You are the one buying food and have the job you chose.  If you are parents than you kids are watching and so are your grand kids.  Drink 10 glasses of water a day. I dare you to be that healthy.  I dare you.  I further dare you to go to the gym or outside and workout for an hour a day doing anything that raises your heart rate to 140 beats a minute.  Same as youth, do push-ups, sit-ups, and squats.  What are you waiting for?  Or sit there and get fat and do nothing.
    The final group is the oddest group of all.  18-35 years old.  If you dedicated 90 minutes a day to your health and what you eat you would be responsible to changing the world.  Your health costs would disappear.  Insurance companies would hate you.  Doctors would lose money if you as a group just worked out 90 minutes a day.  It takes no money and little time to actually work out for 90 minutes and drink 10 glasses of water.  20% of this age group does this on a daily basis. 
    So what are you really waiting for to be healthy?  Is an injury the invite you want?  Is the next size up the awakening?  If a heart att

    • 11 min
    155. Lessons from 2019

    155. Lessons from 2019

    Let’s all take a moment and look back at 2019.  Specifically let’s all look at the things we learned.  The older I get, and the more distance unfolds from my life in the SEAL teams the more humor I find in my day-to-day life.  As I look back at 2019, I cannot help but laugh.
     
    I look at my life in five areas.  Obviously, health is a big area and as I get older big is the operative word.  The next area is work and accumulation of wealth.  Ironically, the older I get the wiser my choices and the more opportunities I see and can act on.  Another area of great value, at least to me, is the area of learning.  This area is filled with infinite possibilities to once again learn lessons I could have learned as a child.  Not so humorous realizing I am not as smart as I thought I was on a great many things.  The final two areas are relationships and spiritual discovery.  And you have to admit god has a sense of humor when you recognize “you get what you need and rarely what you want in either area”.
     
    So let’s acknowledge the lessons from health we learned, or at least let me share what I learned so that you can laugh:
    Ultra-marathon runners are not right in the head. They are excited to run a race even though they know they will throw up at least once.  They are thrilled to see others laying on the side of the trail at mile 89 and often try to tell you “you are doing great” as you lay there trying to die in peace. At age 51 getting out of bed and walking to the kitchen could pass as a workout. Yoga is a four-letter word. Not to be used in the presence of young children. Be honest with yourself and recognize you will have to add two more months to the training plan that a 30 year old, highly ranked running coach gives you. The key lesson, learned in the SEAL teams, is still in play. Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast. And fast is slow.  No matter how prepared you are there is a 30 year old 20 miles ahead of you who isn’t intimated by you or even concerned you want to kill him because he isn’t even breaking a sweat.  
    The next series of lessons from 2019 is the acquisition of knowledge:
    At 51 you have forgotten more than most people younger than you even realize.  The problem is you can no longer recall. Key lesson from childhood still applies, say thank you and people will help. Be a angry bitch and you are on your own. It is easier to learn something when you actually open the book and learn it, than it is to read the intro and suggest you got it. No matter how great a shot you were, each time you shoot is a new lesson that you have forgotten. So shoot more and talk about the past less. Dumb is a state of mind. You can learn anything if you are committed. Ask for help from people who are better than you and you will learn lessons you have yet to learn. Ask for help from people who are less and watch the how fast you waste your time and energy. This year in business has been tremendous.  Let me caveat, that statement with it has been painfully lucrative.  The lessons that were painful to learn are:
    Hustle makes you excited and tired.  The wise business man hires a team of wolves. Only spend an hour of your day with existing business clients or engaged in things you are comfortable doing. If you aren’t fighting to get in front of 20 people a day than you may feel great but you are not going to win. Surround yourself with 5 people every day who are committed to pushing you in spite of your attitude. You can actually measure success by determining who the 5 people you hang with. Social media must be the only way to succeed? Texting is the only way to do deals.  And everyone on you tube must be rich and sexy, and happy.  Sadly, none of that is true and branding in social media is lucrative for the media company and pales in comparison to real human engagement. Every minute and every pe

    • 12 min
    154. Start from Zero with Dane Maxwell

    154. Start from Zero with Dane Maxwell

    Dane Maxwell has gone on to create over 15 millionaires with his teachings. He specializes in helping underdogs start successful businesses. Dane also has a passion for singing and he is the author of the upcoming book Start From Zero which teaches entrepreneurs a new way to build businesses quickly, without the risk, from scratch.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    153. Brotherhood of War with Monty Heath

    153. Brotherhood of War with Monty Heath

    Brotherhood of war exists between soldiers, sailors, airman, and marines throughout history.  Navy SEALs go through a forming experience that immediately connects them to each other no matter the length of time between meetings.  War and training for war would seem to be the defining connection, but the human experience is the real reason why SEALs always support each other.

    Monty Heath achieved great success and operated  at SEAL Team Two and SEAL Team SIx. 

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    • 1 hr 25 min

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