Navy SEAL officer and founder of the SEAL 'MindGym', Rich Diviney reveals the ATTRIBUTES that determine success in any area, and how they can be developed and built.
Rich Diviney is a retired Navy SEAL Commander. 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, he spearheaded the creation of a SEAL directorate that fused physical, mental, and emotional disciplines. He led his small team to create the first ever "Mind Gym" in Naval Special Warfare that helped SEALs train their brains to perform faster, longer, and better, especially in high-stress environments. Since his retirement, Diviney has worked as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant, training more than five thousand business, athletic, and military leaders. Rich also works with Simon Sinek's organization, Start With WHY.
So much of what I know about trust I learned from Rich Diviney. I'm
so glad he wrote The Attributes. It's the go-to reference for
anyone looking to improve the quality of trust and performance
across their team
*Simon Sinek, optimist and New York Times bestselling author of Start with Why and The Infinite Game*
If 2020 taught us anything, it's that things can go sideways at any moment. Rich Diviney's incredible book The Attributes explains why some people thrive -- even when things get hard. It's about where grit, mental agility, drive, and leadership come from. Mastering skills on its own doesn't deliver success. Understanding how to cultivate your attributes is the key
*Charles Duhigg, New York Times bestselling author of The Power of Habit*
What is greatness made of? How do you grow into the best version of yourself? Many have explored these questions, and none have succeeded so brilliantly as Rich Diviney in this terrific, perspective-shifting book. The Attributes provides a powerful new model for achieving high performance-and, even better, a tool kit for reflection, assessment, and continual improvement. If you care about getting better, you need to buy this book
*Daniel Coyle, bestselling author of THE CULTURE CODE*
The Attributes is terrific. Rich Diviney has brought world-class experience and deep intelligence to one of the least understood yet crucially important aspects of human performance. If you call yourself 'a leader,' or if you want to call yourself 'a leader,' this book is a must-read!
*Steven Kotler, New York Times bestselling author and executive director of the Flow Research Collective*