In Unbreakable, Thom Shea, a highly decorated Navy SEAL, shares his years of combat experiences in Afghanistan. His stories, while adventurous and entertaining, provide incredible insights, sure to shift your view of yourself and provoke life-altering change! Originally meant to be a memoir for his children in case he didn’t survive deployment and could not return home to them, Unbreakable has a powerful set of lessons for anyone striving to break through the barriers of human performance.
Unbreakable contains no hidden secrets; however, Shea’s painstaking study and experiences in striving for excellence offer traits and habits required for the effective and efficient pursuit of personal transformation. Do you want to perform above and beyond what humans think possible? Read this book!
Unbreakable is fresh, raw, engaging, and real. “All great accomplishments, all earned awards, start with our Internal Dialogue that needs to be fulfilled,” says Shea. “Don’t fear the need to achieve anything, and never give up . . . never.” Internal Dialogue controls everyone’s actions, and only a few people spend the time essential for mastery—maybe one in ten, or even fewer. For those who can master their Internal Dialogue, the possibilities are limitless.
Shea is our example, proving anyone can shift their chaos of battle into the calm of victory. He leads the way and shows us all how to be unbreakable.
|This is a book that describes more than just his experiences in combat. He set down certain life skills or practices and he did it at first with the intention for his children to have something from him and life lessons that he had learned. There is also a dialogue between his wife and him that I thought was very helpful for not only going into combat but also police work, and lines where you put your life on the line and your whole desire is to come home and to feel the strength from your home, your wife especially is vital. The way described their relationship made sense. Thought the entire book was good I like the chapter that he wrote for his daughter giving her strength and not relying on a man and being strong. Those were key for a father telling his daughter. A very good book. I got this book from Netgalley. I give this 5 stars. Follow us at www.1rad-readerreviews.com|