EPI 74: Rich Diviney - Navy Seal Leader Shares The Attributes 25 Hidden Drivers Of Optimal Performance That Impact All Areas Of Your Life. Plus How To Think Differently By Asking Different Questions
Optimal performance is about doing the very best that you can at the moment—whatever that moment might be, and whatever “best” looks like.
Today we are joined by Retired Navy SEAL, Author, Speaker, and the Founder of The Attributes, Rich Diviney, as they talk about living life at your optimal performance and how you can do so by following Rich’s framework. Rich also shares how you can think differently in life just by asking different questions.
Rich draws upon 20+ years of experience as a Navy SEAL Officer, where he completed more than 13 overseas deployments – 11 of which were to Iraq and Afghanistan. Throughout his career, he has achieved multiple leadership positions – including the Commanding Officer of a Navy SEAL Command.
Since retiring in early 2017, Rich has worked as a speaker, facilitator, and consultant with the Chapman & Co. Leadership Institute and Simon Sinek Inc.
Learn more about Rich:
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[1:00] What’s Rich’s background?
[3:31] What did he learn throughout the years about attributes?
[9:50] What made the people who made it through training elite?
[15:48] How do his clients use his framework to improve themselves?
[18:21] On how questions drive your life
[29:14] What’s his advice for people who struggle with self-discipline?
[34:32] Why leaders being drivers is a bad thing
[38:07] How can we use his principles to be a good parent?
[41:58] Where to find Rick
Links and Resources:
Peak Performance on Facebook
Peak Performance on Instagram