Subtitle Anticipate • Adapt • Achieve

Mark Hardie, Mark Hardie
Price £9.99
Description Description

Practical advice and invaluable lessons for everyday life from a former Royal Marines Commando.

Mark Hardie MBE has trained Royal Marine Commandos for operations in the world’s harshest environments. In this inspirational guide he shows that being part of an elite fighting force doesn’t only take stamina and strength, it takes the right mindset. Once you can take charge of your mind, you can unlock your potential.

Whether you are heading into battle or facing the challenges of modern life, there are marine training techniques that will help you to think clearly, grasp the situation at hand and achieve your goals. Building on the author’s own first-hand experience of operations and training Royal Marines, the book covers:

  • Learning what you can and can’t control, when to use intuition and analysis.
  • How to remove distractions, avoid procrastination and maximise your efficiency.
  • How to increase your strength with equipment-free exercises.
  • How to take charge of stress, sharpen your senses and learn essential survival techniques.
  • Discover what makes a good leader and learn how to manage conflict.
  • How to make decisions, solve problems and employ the commando spirit in your everyday life.

Highly illustrated and easy-to-follow, this book is suitable for all ages and all walks of life. When you can anticipate, adapt and achieve, you can Think Like a Marine.

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Format Trade Paperback 144 Pages
ISBN 9781841659107
Size4.92 in x 6.89 in / 125.00 mm x 175.00 mm
Published Date August 19th, 2021
Mark Hardie

Mark Hardie joined the Royal Marines at 25 and enjoyed many happy and challenging years in Operational Commando units followed by some very hard years where he was responsible for the organisational and ceremonial aspects of Royal Marines killed-in-action. Briefing and supporting the families of the fallen on the most difficult of days is where he truly learnt the meaning of duty and sacrifice. He was awarded an MBE in 2011 for his work supporting casualties. Mark has been involved in training recruits and soldiers to become commandos for operations in the harshest environments. He is Visiting Professor in ‘Professional and Public Service Ethics’ at Bath Spa University. Mark has learned to be prepared for anything, win through thinking and action and return your marines to a society better than when you took them on operations. 

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