Unbreakable - Thom Shea


By Thom Shea

  • Release Date: 2014-05-26
  • Genre: Management & Leadership
  • Book: Unbreakable
Unbreakable book review score

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 99 Ratings)

Unbreakable Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

Unbreakable is a great book. Our editors rated it with a top 5 stars.

User reviews about the book

  • Unbreakable

    By Hammerhead2000
    Great read with some combat stories that won’t let you put the book down. Excellent tale of how a wife should support her husband in times of stress and really it’s a “how-to” manual on mastering internal voices that are needed to succeed. Good stuff, highly recommended.
  • Unbreakable

    By azn8ive
    Thank you for your service Sir. And for writing this book. By doing so you continue to serve. It's in your soul.
  • Has some gems in it

    By Chupamelasinmanos
    Good book
  • A War Story with amazing life lessons

    By LRS Rossy
    Just finished the book, and WOW, what an amazing story. It's all about your internal dialogue and what you are constantly telling yourself. Simple right. Shea gives 13 statements and command to Live an unbreakable life and to be the best version of you that you can. Thank you, thank you, thank you for s wonderful war story with hope.
  • Awesome

    By AztecWarrior361
    Reading this book was such an amazing ride that it was almost impossible to put it down. It was an honor and great privilege to get a glimpse into the minds of our nation's elite men and women.
  • Unbreakable

    This is a story of how Internal Dialogue is the critical key in the first task of overcoming impossible physical barriers you will face at some point in your lives. Every man and woman must get over his or her own physically self-imposed barriers. Perseverance will expand the known world into a bigger unknown world full of possibilities. I don’t know any other way to describe it. Internal words are the most important things you will ever have to master and develop. Take time to learn and use your Internal Dialogue to bridge the gap between where you currently are in the world, mentally and physically, to what is ultimately possible for each of you. What you say about yourself and what you actually do are the same thing. "After training so many SEALs, I know the human body, the human paradigm, resists change at the genetic level. It wants to keep the past alive at all costs. It does this by using Internal Dialogue to subtly make you avoid pain; unfortunately, it also prevents your goals and dreams from happening."
  • On the mat

    By Foot7193
    I feel the book is beneficial to the younger adult, 18-30 years old. Myself, being an NCAA Div 1 national wrestling champion, I can relate to the mental state one must have to accomplish his/her goals. Intelligence, training and desire, both physically and mentally is where it starts. The book was a benefit to me in the sense of the last chapter, learning to let go, move forward and don't relive the past. Overall, good book.

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