In this course, Paralympic gold medalist Dan Cnossen tells two stories where he was pushed to the limit of what he thought he could endure. The first story comes from one episode in the infamous Hell Week training to become a Navy SEAL. How do you persevere through an onslaught of self-doubt? The second story involves his combat injury, the...
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Best for employees who want to talk, connect, and engage in hands-on training.
Best for teams up to 60 people
Lecture Followed by Q&A
Best for employees who like to listen, absorb and ask questions at the end. Can also be a keynote or speech.
Best for teams up to 120 people
Flexible class lengths to meet your team’s needs.
What People Are Saying About This Class
Very inspired by Dan's perserverance under some of the worst conditions and toughest life situation imaginable. His approach to the time horizon compared to stress level and taking the approach of thinking only a few hours/days ahead during times of high stress gave me a lot to think about. This is an approach I plan to apply in my own work life & personal life
More About Dan CnossenDan Cnossen was raised on a fifth-generation family farm in Topeka, Kansas. After successfully completing SEAL qualification training in 2003, he deployed numerous times in support of global special operations. As a SEAL platoon commander, he was severely injured in 2009 in Afghanistan, resulting in the amputation of both legs above the knees. Turning to sport for recovery, Cnossen began...
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