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The Master Flyer steadied the plank with one foot and then stretched it out until it touched down on the edge of the square. He was a small sinewy dwarf with a thick curly red beard. The two friends, chatting vigorously, sat down behind a pallet to deal with paperwork, while many other dwarves busily unloaded the barge, filling the square with wooden boxes and barrels, cloth sacks and containers of every kind. A moveable bridge had been set up so that at any given time, dozens of dwarves could bustle back and forth from the air-ship, pushing and pulling their heavy wheelbarrows.

A rope with a balloon was attached to the heaviest freight to lighten the load, making it easier to haul. The bottom floor of the barge emptied quickly. All of a sudden, Gaman felt someone grab him by his jacket. I can see the stuff of Master Eldur in your eyes, and believe you me, he was a born flyer! The air-ship siren blared for the second time.

The docking flag was lowered and the half-mooring flag was flown in its place. The barge had been emptied entirely and the moveable bridge taken away. Two dwarves approached the fuselage with a huge machine held up by two balloons. They inserted a metal tube into the engine compartment and unhooked the safety latch. The whole machine began to vibrate noisily unloading all its contents into the supply-ship.

Karmak picked up his logbook and stood up. He boarded the ship. Release the moorings! The lines were untied and the air-ship lifted lightly. Route north-east. The supply-ship left the Eastern Quay and slowly vanished from sight behind the rocky crags of Mount Smaragd. The shadows stretched long across the outer walls sustaining the terraces from which most of the buildings and lookout towers rose.

The snow lay atop those imposing structures like a white blanket, while the broad openings in the side of the mountain looked like voracious, hungry mouths swallowing the city whole. Just above the sloping roofs, large balloons of coloured cloth floated silently, languidly moving from one quay to another. Some carried heavy objects or machinery, others served as means of transport.

A closer look revealed a myriad of small flying objects taking off and quay here and there, each one a different shape and colour, although the frenetic activity was not enough to overcome an ancient stillness that enveloped the city and spread acrossI the outer chain of high mountains. Eldur had just stuck his prominent nose in a dusty tome when he heard a knock at the door. Eira strode in with determined steps.

Anyone else who heard the racket would have thought it was one of the quay sirens, but this was the only way Nodfri managed to wake up every morning. Still today around the village of Ankad, stories are told about the cacophony that could be heard coming from his house every morning. Eira scolded him. You know full well that there are very important things in here.

From that position he could see the stairs to the upper floors. He liked to watch the sleepy faces of his relatives as they came downstairs into the kitchen. This part of his day helped him to get his thoughts in order.

Nodfri had found the strength to get up and sleepily put on his jumpsuit for work when someone tapped at the window. Nodfri recognised the female voice with great pleasure. The female dwarf pulled the airshot up next to the windowsill. Gaman ran up the steep trail to The Perch. His schoolmates had invited him to go skating on Lake Mistrag, but he thought it would be a waste of time. He had other plans for the day.

The walls had been erected by patching the old walls with wooden boards and scraps from air-ships. Even the roof seemed like it would cave in at any minute, and whenever a strong gust of wind blew, the hangar filled with unsettling creaking sound. This was where Granddad Eldur had taught Gaman the complex discipline of flying. Nodfri and Eira crossed the threshold of the old silver mine and climbed into a modern cart. These carts move quite fast and can carry very heavy loads.

Weak blueish artificial light emanating from siranium crystals quickly outshined the blinding daylight as they descended. The temperature also dropped quickly and the air felt heavy. The unstoppable urge to explore that had motivated her in the past flooded her like a rushing torrent. She turned towards Nodfri and saw a proud expression on his face. He held the controls like a captain at the helm of an air-ship.

He felt the time had come to walk out into the open, but Nodfri and Eira had disappeared into the mineshafts and following them on foot would have been impossible. At that moment, he remembered the emergency exit. Nodfri had shown it to him a long time ago for safety reasons, but only now did Gaman realise that it was actually a secondary entrance.

Eira and Nodfri sped across the astounding space, descending gently towards the bottom of the cavern. The monorail ran alongside what from above had seemed to be a slender trickle of water, but up close proved to be a wide torrent flowing across the floor of the cavern. The cart veered behind a spur of rock, and after turning the corner, reached the end of the line next to the wall. Eira continued her awe-inspiring exploration. Shortly thereafter, another cart came down a fork in the monorail and stopped next to theirs.

A dwarf with reddish hair and beard got out of the cart. He swayed as he walked breathlessly over to them. It was so vast he could barely make out the shape and size of the farthest walls. Enormous stalactites hung from the ceiling, creating natural borders that seemed to come from another world. A fine mist partially blocked a subterranean river from view as it agilely wound its way across the floor of the cavern.

He was still trying to wrap his mind around it as the single-seater drifted along like a firefly through an immense night sky, when suddenly, a siren sounded, the echo bouncing off the walls. Nodfri invited Eira to follow him. As soon as they passed through the stone arch, the noise became deafening. The roar of the waterfall reverberated against the rocks. Skirting the wall, it brought them gently down to the ground.

The waterfall roared as it somersaulted down into the shadows. Gaman tried to sense the wind and use it to his advantage, as Granddad Eldur had taught him. He flew a few klicks lower until he was in the slipstream.

The inner wall plunged steeply down into the darkness flanked by a mobile platform. Eira and Nodfri stood frozen, unable to react. They were in complete and utter darkness. A blinding light gleamed between his hands. A balloon popped out and began to inflate, carrying the phosphorescent light up into the air. Looking at the two of them, Eira realised how strong the bond was between Gaman and Nodfri. Even though she had distanced herself from Nodfri, he and Gaman had continued to spend time together, creating a bond that was stronger than a simple friendship.

Nodfri was the father Gaman had never had. Since ancient times, the dwarves had always prepared and then preserved their food to be eaten later during meals, every ingredient expertly cut, cooked and classified as edible by a Master Spicer. This had always been the easiest way to manage winter food supplies and to meet the needs of the people, as every dwarf was capable of ingesting in one day as much as an adult animal could eat in an entire week.

Fresh products like eggs, fruit and vegetables were either placed directly on the tables or cooked in specific ovens on the other side of the hearth. He knew Granddad would be at lunch now. Kalmot, as Master of Communications, was in charge of keeping the population up to date on recent happenings and had the power to call extraordinary gatherings when necessary.

A moment before the first siren of the evening, Kalmot punctually took his place on the stage set up in the main square and spoke through a large amplifier horn. Over the next several days Eira often went to see Nodfri. Researching the ancient text matched up well with her work at the library.

She tirelessly tried to dig up more information about the mysterious language, but every time she seemed close to finding answers, something came up that shattered her theory. The books were meticulously archived in bookcases. Eira was seated, engrossed in a large volume, when she heard a vigorous knock at the door.

The quay dominated the view of the entire capital. On clear days, all the lookout towers could be seen. The sun was slowly setting behind the high peaks of the western frontier and in the fading light, the young dwarf was mourning the loss of his racing-ship. Suddenly, a strange reflection blinded him for an instant. The light flashed straight in his eyes once more, this time shimmering rapidly. He crossed the steep eastern slopes, passed over the valley and came out onto the western ridge, which was exposed to the last rays of the sun.

The Krowseye was a tall, narrow building. An enlargement of an older tower, it sprang straight from the rocks and soared upwards with a series of terraces facing every direction. When Gaman landed in the narrow courtyard, it was nearly dark and the fact that he was alone made him quite uneasy. He knocked on the front door, but no one came to open it. A telescope tilted in his direction and then refocused. A cable attached to a sturdy pulley dropped down from a jut in the wall.

Gaman looked up. Someone at the top of the building activated the pulley, creakily hauling him up to a small opening above. Eira spent the rest of the afternoon in her study. Just over an hour before the dinner siren, someone knocked on the door. She stood up and opened it, but no one was there.

She looked round, curious. Then she heard a second knock. She could have sworn the sound was coming from inside her study. Knock, knock, she heard again, louder this time. There was no mistaking it, the sound was coming from the wall opposite her desk. Nodfri stood up. Eldur waved Nodfri forward. I give the floor to the Master of Excavations in the mines, not to mention one of the favoured candidates for Master Engineer. Our esteemed colleague, Master Nodfri!

Kalmot called for attention again from the podium. Tomorrow, the new Master Engineer is going to be elected. The mountains that surround us have always defined our borders. Our very essence is rooted deep in the rock. They remind us that we must stay united. The sun had set behind the high peaks of the western frontier by the time Gaman had reached the promontory that was home to the Imperial Archives.

The grand courtyard at the front hosted the complex postal system managed by the Falconguild. Gaman tried to stay on track, finding his way by the gleam of his small siranium torch. His floatpack balloon moved awkwardly, pushed by the pedal-propeller. Imperial law forbade free flying at night, and the imposing walls of the building instilled a touch of fear in the darkness.

The lack of light made flying more difficult, but Gaman was quite happy to be under cover of darkness when he began to descend and approach one of the service docks. The dwarves got to their feet and shuffled down the steps, quickly emptying the cavern. Gaman stood frozen with the envelope in his hand. He read the handwritten words on the back of the envelope over and over again, unable to think clearly. Those two names bounced round his mind without finding any specific connection.

Why was there a secret compartment in his drawer at the Imperial Archives? Why had this letter been hidden? His mind was flooded with endless questions. Mother Eira and Nodfri were of course busy with the election, but his urge to show the letter to someone was overwhelming. When he got there, he saw light flickering through the crack under the door. He knocked twice, flung the door open and walked in without waiting for an answer.

A conical space, carved from a natural amphitheatre, it could host the entire population around the stage that had been set up for the occasion. The amplifier horns facing the crowd caught every sound on the stage, so that even the furthest spectator could hear. The most zealous dwarves had headed to the polls at sunrise so they could get to the square early and find a good seat.

Gaman sat sulking on his bed. His resentment of Kalmot was growing stronger. The early afternoon passed quickly in anticipation of the final event. The usual evening wind began to blow lightly from the north. As an active member of the Lesser Council, Eira was fortunate enough to be on personal terms with some of the venerable dwarves whom she held in high esteem.

No amplifier horns were needed when one of the Council members stepped forward to speak. Total silence descended on the square. Bilosk and Karmak exchanged conspiratorial smiles. Eira felt overwhelmed by her thoughts. What he was staring at, amidst the ropes and boards of the scaffolding, was Granddad Eldur who, having raised the seat of his mechanical chair, had reached the bridge. Nodfri and Eira sprinted over to the wooden base.

Kalmot had got to the base first and, with all the agility that his two hundred fifty years would allow, had clambered onto the scaffolding. Seeming to be in some kind of hypnotic trance, he clambered up frantically, clearly focused on catching up to Eldur, though no one could ever have imagined his true intentions.

The energy unleashed by the soeliok turned into a constant upward thrust, taking the air-ship uncontrollably high. Eldur busied himself at the control panel trying to curb the ascent. Nodfri felt terrified and clung to the central mast.

They were flying in an air-ship that had never been test-piloted, powered by an experimental mixture that would most explode. He felt the crisp evening air stinging his face and his stomach knotted and trembling in some part of his body. Endless moments of panic came and went before the Discover-ship stabilised its flight path and caught the air stream of a constant cold wind. The air-ship suddenly stopped jerking and the whistle of the pressure valves gave way to a calm silence.

They remained silent for a long time, trying to make sense of their thoughts and reflect on their strange situation. Every once in a while Gaman took out the letter from his parents and read the riddle out loud. Then he hugged the letter tightly to his chest and closed his eyes.

By now, Nodfri and Eldur had learnt it by heart. Shaking, the Discover-ship descended quickly, riding unfamiliar currents. Whatever time the wind allows, search hard and intense. Look for a good position now and hold on as tight as you can. As it neared the peak, the Discover-ship began to buck and bounce wildly. For a moment, Nodfri thought it would split apart and the three of them would be hurled down into the sea of fog beneath them. The propellers spun wildly, trying to keep to the flight path.

Eldur managed to bring them just a few feet from the peak. The Discover-ship glided along rapidly in the high blustery winds. Nodfri was sitting beside him. The sky was slowly growing light when Gaman awoke. He stood up still groggy with sleep. It took a moment for him to remember where he was and a strange sensation made him feel a bit dizzy. Nodfri was splayed out on the deck, still fast asleep.

We fell asleep! Granddad Eldur stood at the bridge with a complacent smile on his face, the purplish morning sky reflected in his goggles. Now the Discover-ship was flying low, flanking the cliffs and heading towards a fjord that seemed to hold Norigia in a protective embrace. The perfect natural defences of the sea to its north and the steep cliffs on either side made the city practically impenetrable.

Like stars studding the sky, the grey wood of its buildings rose up out of a mantle of greenery. The houses multiplied vertically all the way up the cliffs, then followed a gentle slope down to a spit of land that shot out into the sea.

Large sailing ships were docked in the port, while many others came and went. Only when the Discover-ship came much closer did Gaman realise how big those ships really were. Several piers stretched out into the salt water, surrounded by hundreds of small vessels like so many fish in the sea. The smallest of the dwarves was at least twice the size of Uncle Eridur. They had long beards, some hanging freely, others braided and bound at the end with bits of iron.

Suddenly, the crowd parted. Each dwarf that moved to make way in the street knelt down, bowing his or her head and touching the ground with one hand. A dwarf was walking down the long corridor which had opened up in front of Eldur and Gaman. Two guards stopped a few paces in front of them, stiff and proud. The entire town gathered to celebrate everything that had happened. The Plains Dwarves were a simple and direct people, perhaps a bit rough in their customs, but extremely hospitable and protective of their cousins.

The army busied itself setting up the square with the same efficacy it had previously shown during the supposed attack. HelGrov placed a hand on his shoulder. Then, they started moving in the day, too, and always in increasing numbers. This index offers a brief description of each place, name and character in the story.

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Push-ups are boring. Now a success! On June 1st, I put on my shitty sneakers and went running. I have found that if I can get over 4 or 5 miles than it becomes actually fairly enjoyable, but miles 2 through 4 seem to suck each and every time. View all 10 comments. May 02, Rebecca Miller rated it it was ok.

You know the "College Girls are Easy" song? Well this book is by the guy that did that song. And apparently he's married to the lady who invented Spanx. I had high hopes for this book, but it was super repetitive and lot of whiny rich, white guy stuff. The bright spot was that I learned how intense SEALs are and there were some funny quotes at the beginning of the chapters.

View all 7 comments. Oct 03, Heidi The Reader rated it really liked it Shelves: memoirs , netgalley , non-fiction. Jesse Itzler leads an interesting life. As a successful businessman and entrepreneur, his off-the-wall ideas for solving difficult situations and for stirring the pot have served him very well. The workouts were insane, potentially life threatening, but Jesse achieved some astonishing results in a very short period of time.

He also bonded with his trainer and Jesse Itzler leads an interesting life. He also bonded with his trainer and learned, through daily interactions, that the sort of conditioning that it takes to make a killer like his SEAL, takes place mainly in the mind and such training can leave its marks on the psyche. Jesse explains his motivation: "I don't know if I was thinking about my mortality, or fretting over how many more peak years I had left, or anything like that. I think I was just thinking that now was as good a time as any to shake things up.

You know, to break up that same routine. And my SEAL-for-hire idea definitely shook things up. I believe the best ideas are the ones you don't spend too much time thinking through. Which I didn't, and I got a lot more than I bargained for. SEAL thinks very carefully, bordering on obsessively, about safety and potential disaster scenarios for Jesse and his family.

Here's what Jesse's wife, Sara, thought of this: "I'm supposed to grab my son, strap a fifty-pound pack on my shoulders, carry four oars, walk a mile to the river, inflate this survival raft, and then paddle to New Jersey I think to myself, she has a point. Finally SEAL interjects. SEAL is a man who gets things done, sacrificing his own health to finish tasks that he's started: "I found out SEAL once entered a race where you could either run for twenty-four or forty-eight hours.

Shocker: SEAL signed up for the forty-eight-hour one. At around the twenty-three-hour mark, he'd run approximately miles, but he'd also torn his quad. He asked the race officials if they could just clock him out at twenty-four hours. He walked limped on a torn quad for the last twenty-four hours to finish the race and complete the entire forty-eight hours. Amazing what people can accomplish when they set their minds to it. It's primarily because I have to. If I don't, there is no way I will be able to finish the tasks at hand.

I just go one step at a time. One rep at a time. And when I'm done, I worry about the next step or rep. But then, he'd have an interaction with Jesse or his family and I'd question the man's paranoia levels and ability to function in society.

In this passage, he's encouraging Sara to mix up the times that she goes to get the mail: "Sara, you need to mix up your pattern. The time you get the mail. That's your pattern. It's the same every day. It's predictable. You know that. And I know that. The mailman most definitely knows that. For sure your neighbors know that.

Change up the pick up time. It is never graphic or spills over, but you can feel it boiling under the surface. Recommended for runners, people who like to read memoirs, and those who are interested in the sheer power of the mind and body. Feb 01, D rated it it was amazing. This book was a quick read and a lot of fun.

Some key takeaways for me: - it's important to do hard things - push-ups are a great form of exercise - routine and complacency can prevent progress - you're never done when you think you are. There's always something left in the tank. That guy's lived an interesting life. The whole premise of the month is ki This book was a quick read and a lot of fun.

The whole premise of the month is kind of goofy, I mean his descriptions of SEAL seem at first to be almost caricature until you realize that this guy is actually quite possibly the toughest man on the planet, and the month is far more than just some gimmick. It also becomes apparent pretty early on that the Itzlers live an almost impossibly privileged life, but Jesse's not trying to brag about it and it doesn't come off in any way pretentious - those are just his circumstances, and the couple both and individually took some big steps to get to that point.

View 1 comment. Nov 01, Laura Skladzinski rated it really liked it. This was laugh-out-loud funny, and also surprisingly inspiring. View all 3 comments. Jun 25, Nes rated it it was ok. I guess this is what you do when you have too much money.

Jesse is a funny fella though, which makes this strange experience entertaining. Spending a month with David Goggin would annoy the crap out of me; is there actually anything going on upstairs or is he an android? Also Jesse's life is somewhat nauseating: the NYC apartment, the private driver, the private jets, the houses in A 2. Also Jesse's life is somewhat nauseating: the NYC apartment, the private driver, the private jets, the houses in Atlanta, the holiday house Connecticut with sauna and steam room!

Jesse and his family are so far removed from the lives of normal people, is is difficult to relate to his very privileged life. Alas if all just lied our way through business deals like Jesse, maybe we would all have 4 houses! Opportunity lost. A training log with nothing deep to offer.

A promising premise with no introspection and no development. The book primarily consists of log entries for 31 days. I did so many push-ups my shoulders hurt. They hurt a lot. Let me tell you, my shoulders hurt. For similar effect one can find a rigorous training log on the I Opportunity lost. For similar effect one can find a rigorous training log on the Internet and read it 31 times.

Nov 19, Paul rated it it was amazing. I'll stay indoors, thank you very much. Early in the book I was thinking, " He's also a little bat-shit insane and a really funny writer. Dec 01, Crystal West rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction , on-running , on-survival-or-endurance.

SEAL of approval It's weird that Jesse chose to not name Goggins. Maybe Goggins requested that or preferred that? He is truly an unconventional man, so that could be the case. Or maybe they had to anonymize it to distance themselves from the Navy for legal reasons? I found it distracting from the start, and honestly spent the whole time reading this wondering the reason.

To me, not identifying Goggins outright was the antithesis of marketing, from someone like Jesse, who appears to be a marketing genius. If I had known when this was published that "Seal" was Goggins, I would have read the book the second I could get my hands on it. Instead, Goggins is referred to as "Seal", which is also truly odd. It's not "the Seal" but just "Seal" which makes me imagine the pop singer.

You know, Hiedi Klum's ex husband. This book was entertaining, and I wish I could give it 3. I couldn't go to 4 because I felt it only scratched the surface of so many questions I had while reading. I think possibly my expectations were in conflict with the premise of the book that the "Seal" be this anonymous nameless sado-masochistic "force" for motivation and self-improvement.

I just wanted to know as much as I could gather about Goggins who, until recently has led a deeply private life. I'm fascinated by endurance sports and human limitations. I first heard about Goggins when he ran Badwater the first time, and being a quite talented web sleuth myself - there was zero information about him out there.

He didn't give interviews then. He didn't care to be known, which of course made him even more intriguing. I guess I wanted from this book more "living with Goggins" but the book is about Jesse. My rating is likely unfair. One thing, however, that I always wondered has been partially answered now. It seems he's an extreme individual in every facet of his life, not just athletically, so I suppose I can understand how that might become difficult.

But still, have you seen this man, or heard him talk about his life? Quality problems to have. Dec 08, Isaac rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Half funny anecdotes about his interactions with SEAL, half autobiographical. The former is hilarious and entertaining. The latter is tolerable. You aren't going to learn anything life changing here, but you will likely find yourself amused during the couple of hours it takes to read through this short book. Jan 06, Bud Hennekes rated it it was amazing.

Some solid personal growth nuggets. Literally made me laugh out loud, which is something I don't often do. Easy read, but super glad I did. I laughed out Loud a lot reading this book and I found it to be a quick and Fun read. I liked the learnings from Seal and how he lived such a Simple life. He just gets things done. Jun 19, Jacques Bezuidenhout rated it it was ok.

Just "ok". Not quite what I expected from this book. My biggest gripe with the book is probably that I didn't like Jessie. Kudos for all his accomplishments in life, business etc. But damn. The narration of this audiobook done by the author didn't sound professional at all. And using his own voice didn't really add a sense of going through the story with him either. He comes across as a rich kid although older than m Just "ok". He comes across as a rich kid although older than me that can just gets everything he wants.

The training with Seal came across more as bragging rights, than accomplishments. Coming out of this book, I'm far more interested in David Goggins's back story. Hoping his book Built Not Born will get released soon. Really liked the character of Seal. Sep 16, Evonne rated it liked it Shelves: read My husband wanted to read this, so I ordered it online and breezed through it in half a day. It's easy to read and entertaining, but Jesse's big ego and constant bragging took away from a lot of the better aspects of the book.

It sounds as though he is not at all adjusted to civilian life, which at times was funny but more often uncomfortable. It's hard to relate to either man individually, but overall the overarching th My husband wanted to read this, so I ordered it online and breezed through it in half a day. It's hard to relate to either man individually, but overall the overarching theme of the story was mostly inspirational and entertaining.

Not bad for a quick read, but if Jesse wasn't so self involved in his story telling it could have been better. May 02, Brandon Jones rated it liked it. This book was entertaining but not motivational, I was hoping it would be both. Oddly the most interesting part of the book was reading about Jesse's own personal life.

I'm sure living with a SEAL would be the experience of a lifetime but reading about long runs and burpees isn't all that interesting. Apr 04, Daniel Olshansky rated it it was amazing. If you listened to the audio version of Goggins' book which I recommend more than the book given its format and loved it, this is an absolute must listen right afterwards.

P """ While Goggin's book made me realize that there is no limit to what one can do, Itzler's book forced me to take immediate action, get off my ass, and understand that it's only me standing in my way of achieving what I want to want-to-do. Provided that the second audiobook is only 5 hours long, there is no excuse not to do so. I stand by the order I specified above, even though this book was published three years priors to "Can't Hurt Me.

However, knowing Goggin's backstory, I completed some of Itzler's stories and sentences before he provided details which was a fun game to play. For example, I knew they were going to meet up in San Diego, and I knew he would injure himself doing the mile run. The craziest thing is that Goggins' didn't mention Jesse Itzler even once throughout his audiobook.

While Goggin's book made me realize that there is no limit to what one can do, Itzler's book forced me to take immediate action, get off my ass, and understand that it's only me standing in my way of achieving what I want to want-to-do. A few examples of this from the past week include: I ran into the cold lake by my house and took a quick plunge even though I didn't want to.

This is nothing compared to diving into a frozen lake in NYC. I finished my minute row on a day when my back, legs and shoulders were sore. This is nothing compared to the mile run, and hundreds of pushups Itzler had to do. I did burpees at the gym at the same time as Jesse simply because I didn't want to. I finished my self-imposed deadline at work last week when I suggested to my CTO that we finish it early next week, but he responded, "why not now?

I took that cold shower in the middle of the day, which was worth it, even though I didn't want to. This book also made me realize that I don't need a fancy gym and can continue training in an intelligent way , even when travelling. Burpees, pushups, pullups, jump squats, running, and biking can get you into the shape of your life without any equipment necessary. There are too many memorable anecdotes from the book to list out without reiterating everything, but the few that stood out to me were: Jumping into the cold lake and also freezing to death.

Seal yelling "abort mission" was entertaining. Seal making a sweat puddle on top of Sarah Blakely's family carpet while working out in his room. I plan to write a much longer article discussing the idea of callusing the mind, dopamine addiction, cold showers, ADHD, and these two books, which I believe are all interconnected, so I'll leave it here for now. This is what you call true love, a true family and true support without being neither too dependent nor too controlling.

May 16, Alex rated it it was ok Shelves: audio , sports-and-fitness. This is another of those books that everyone seems to love. Everyone but me. At the end of the month, the rich guy is in better shape and has learned some life lessons.

My problem with this book is that not only was I not buying what the SEAL was selling, I found him to be a disturbed man in need of counseling. This guy could n This is another of those books that everyone seems to love. This guy could not get out of his own head, obsessively and destructively exercising like a guy trying to sweat out his demons.

The SEALs I know, by and large, have more in common with the guy selling you camping equipment at REI or kicking your ass at and then buying a round after the local bike race: very fit, sure. I spent the first half of the book suspecting that the SEAL hired by the author was a fraud, but nope: he was the real deal. I read it as a cry for help.

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See more When my sister was found dead in a trash-filled alley in Dublin, I came over to get answers. Now all I want is revenge. In her fight to stay alive, Mac must find the Sinsar Dubh—a million-year-old book of the blackest magic imaginable, which holds the key to power over both the worlds of the Fae and of Man.

For centuries the shadowy realm of the Fae has coexisted with that of humans. Now the walls between the two are coming down, and Mac is the only thing that stands between them. I'm a sidhe-seer, one who sees the Fae, a fact I accepted only recently and very reluctantly. See more My philosophy is pretty simple - any day nobody's trying to kill me is a good day in my book. I haven't had many good days lately.

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It also becomes apparent pretty early on that the Itzlers live an almost impossibly privileged life, but Jesse's not trying to brag about it and it doesn't come off in any way pretentious - those are just his circumstances, and the couple both and individually took some big steps to get to that point. View 1 comment. Nov 01, Laura Skladzinski rated it really liked it. This was laugh-out-loud funny, and also surprisingly inspiring.

View all 3 comments. Jun 25, Nes rated it it was ok. I guess this is what you do when you have too much money. Jesse is a funny fella though, which makes this strange experience entertaining. Spending a month with David Goggin would annoy the crap out of me; is there actually anything going on upstairs or is he an android? Also Jesse's life is somewhat nauseating: the NYC apartment, the private driver, the private jets, the houses in A 2.

Also Jesse's life is somewhat nauseating: the NYC apartment, the private driver, the private jets, the houses in Atlanta, the holiday house Connecticut with sauna and steam room! Jesse and his family are so far removed from the lives of normal people, is is difficult to relate to his very privileged life. Alas if all just lied our way through business deals like Jesse, maybe we would all have 4 houses!

Opportunity lost. A training log with nothing deep to offer. A promising premise with no introspection and no development. The book primarily consists of log entries for 31 days. I did so many push-ups my shoulders hurt. They hurt a lot. Let me tell you, my shoulders hurt. For similar effect one can find a rigorous training log on the I Opportunity lost. For similar effect one can find a rigorous training log on the Internet and read it 31 times.

Nov 19, Paul rated it it was amazing. I'll stay indoors, thank you very much. Early in the book I was thinking, " He's also a little bat-shit insane and a really funny writer. Dec 01, Crystal West rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction , on-running , on-survival-or-endurance.

SEAL of approval It's weird that Jesse chose to not name Goggins. Maybe Goggins requested that or preferred that? He is truly an unconventional man, so that could be the case. Or maybe they had to anonymize it to distance themselves from the Navy for legal reasons? I found it distracting from the start, and honestly spent the whole time reading this wondering the reason. To me, not identifying Goggins outright was the antithesis of marketing, from someone like Jesse, who appears to be a marketing genius.

If I had known when this was published that "Seal" was Goggins, I would have read the book the second I could get my hands on it. Instead, Goggins is referred to as "Seal", which is also truly odd. It's not "the Seal" but just "Seal" which makes me imagine the pop singer. You know, Hiedi Klum's ex husband. This book was entertaining, and I wish I could give it 3. I couldn't go to 4 because I felt it only scratched the surface of so many questions I had while reading.

I think possibly my expectations were in conflict with the premise of the book that the "Seal" be this anonymous nameless sado-masochistic "force" for motivation and self-improvement. I just wanted to know as much as I could gather about Goggins who, until recently has led a deeply private life.

I'm fascinated by endurance sports and human limitations. I first heard about Goggins when he ran Badwater the first time, and being a quite talented web sleuth myself - there was zero information about him out there. He didn't give interviews then. He didn't care to be known, which of course made him even more intriguing. I guess I wanted from this book more "living with Goggins" but the book is about Jesse.

My rating is likely unfair. One thing, however, that I always wondered has been partially answered now. It seems he's an extreme individual in every facet of his life, not just athletically, so I suppose I can understand how that might become difficult.

But still, have you seen this man, or heard him talk about his life? Quality problems to have. Dec 08, Isaac rated it liked it Shelves: non-fiction. Half funny anecdotes about his interactions with SEAL, half autobiographical. The former is hilarious and entertaining. The latter is tolerable. You aren't going to learn anything life changing here, but you will likely find yourself amused during the couple of hours it takes to read through this short book.

Jan 06, Bud Hennekes rated it it was amazing. Some solid personal growth nuggets. Literally made me laugh out loud, which is something I don't often do. Easy read, but super glad I did. I laughed out Loud a lot reading this book and I found it to be a quick and Fun read.

I liked the learnings from Seal and how he lived such a Simple life. He just gets things done. Jun 19, Jacques Bezuidenhout rated it it was ok. Just "ok". Not quite what I expected from this book. My biggest gripe with the book is probably that I didn't like Jessie.

Kudos for all his accomplishments in life, business etc. But damn. The narration of this audiobook done by the author didn't sound professional at all. And using his own voice didn't really add a sense of going through the story with him either.

He comes across as a rich kid although older than m Just "ok". He comes across as a rich kid although older than me that can just gets everything he wants. The training with Seal came across more as bragging rights, than accomplishments. Coming out of this book, I'm far more interested in David Goggins's back story. Hoping his book Built Not Born will get released soon. Really liked the character of Seal.

Sep 16, Evonne rated it liked it Shelves: read My husband wanted to read this, so I ordered it online and breezed through it in half a day. It's easy to read and entertaining, but Jesse's big ego and constant bragging took away from a lot of the better aspects of the book. It sounds as though he is not at all adjusted to civilian life, which at times was funny but more often uncomfortable.

It's hard to relate to either man individually, but overall the overarching th My husband wanted to read this, so I ordered it online and breezed through it in half a day. It's hard to relate to either man individually, but overall the overarching theme of the story was mostly inspirational and entertaining. Not bad for a quick read, but if Jesse wasn't so self involved in his story telling it could have been better. May 02, Brandon Jones rated it liked it.

This book was entertaining but not motivational, I was hoping it would be both. Oddly the most interesting part of the book was reading about Jesse's own personal life. I'm sure living with a SEAL would be the experience of a lifetime but reading about long runs and burpees isn't all that interesting. Apr 04, Daniel Olshansky rated it it was amazing. If you listened to the audio version of Goggins' book which I recommend more than the book given its format and loved it, this is an absolute must listen right afterwards.

P """ While Goggin's book made me realize that there is no limit to what one can do, Itzler's book forced me to take immediate action, get off my ass, and understand that it's only me standing in my way of achieving what I want to want-to-do. Provided that the second audiobook is only 5 hours long, there is no excuse not to do so. I stand by the order I specified above, even though this book was published three years priors to "Can't Hurt Me. However, knowing Goggin's backstory, I completed some of Itzler's stories and sentences before he provided details which was a fun game to play.

For example, I knew they were going to meet up in San Diego, and I knew he would injure himself doing the mile run. The craziest thing is that Goggins' didn't mention Jesse Itzler even once throughout his audiobook. While Goggin's book made me realize that there is no limit to what one can do, Itzler's book forced me to take immediate action, get off my ass, and understand that it's only me standing in my way of achieving what I want to want-to-do. A few examples of this from the past week include: I ran into the cold lake by my house and took a quick plunge even though I didn't want to.

This is nothing compared to diving into a frozen lake in NYC. I finished my minute row on a day when my back, legs and shoulders were sore. This is nothing compared to the mile run, and hundreds of pushups Itzler had to do. I did burpees at the gym at the same time as Jesse simply because I didn't want to. I finished my self-imposed deadline at work last week when I suggested to my CTO that we finish it early next week, but he responded, "why not now? I took that cold shower in the middle of the day, which was worth it, even though I didn't want to.

This book also made me realize that I don't need a fancy gym and can continue training in an intelligent way , even when travelling. Burpees, pushups, pullups, jump squats, running, and biking can get you into the shape of your life without any equipment necessary. There are too many memorable anecdotes from the book to list out without reiterating everything, but the few that stood out to me were: Jumping into the cold lake and also freezing to death. Seal yelling "abort mission" was entertaining.

Seal making a sweat puddle on top of Sarah Blakely's family carpet while working out in his room. I plan to write a much longer article discussing the idea of callusing the mind, dopamine addiction, cold showers, ADHD, and these two books, which I believe are all interconnected, so I'll leave it here for now.

This is what you call true love, a true family and true support without being neither too dependent nor too controlling. May 16, Alex rated it it was ok Shelves: audio , sports-and-fitness. This is another of those books that everyone seems to love. Everyone but me. At the end of the month, the rich guy is in better shape and has learned some life lessons. My problem with this book is that not only was I not buying what the SEAL was selling, I found him to be a disturbed man in need of counseling.

This guy could n This is another of those books that everyone seems to love. This guy could not get out of his own head, obsessively and destructively exercising like a guy trying to sweat out his demons. The SEALs I know, by and large, have more in common with the guy selling you camping equipment at REI or kicking your ass at and then buying a round after the local bike race: very fit, sure.

I spent the first half of the book suspecting that the SEAL hired by the author was a fraud, but nope: he was the real deal. I read it as a cry for help. I hope the SEAL got, or is getting, some. Jun 02, G. Burrow rated it really liked it Shelves: military , nonfiction. One of the most memorable books I've ever read.

SEAL is even crazier. His identity remains a secret for most of the book so I won't spoil it but he really is the toughest man on the planet. I bought this based on a single story: I heard that SEAL had initially caught Itzler's eye by running a mile race in 24 hours solo during which he broke several metatarsals in both feet and was urinating blood due to One of the most memorable books I've ever read.

I bought this based on a single story: I heard that SEAL had initially caught Itzler's eye by running a mile race in 24 hours solo during which he broke several metatarsals in both feet and was urinating blood due to key failure. That same nutcase then agrees to get Jesse as tough as he can in 31 days. This book is that story. It's quick, conversational, hilarious, inspiring, insane, and filled with military-grade trashtalking.

SEAL doesn't say much, but he could cut his words in half by avoiding the F word. Takeaway: My life is easy. WAY too easy. Time to get up and find my limit! Who wants to die without knowing their point of collapse? Where's the fun in never discovering the moment at which your body fails? It's worth the t-shirt quotes alone. I think about today and getting better. Now I'm going to enjoy it. I stop when I'm done. How would you like SEAL as your spirit animal?

Jan 06, Olha added it. This book is really fun. It feels like trolling over-trained people while respecting them. I had some new cool stories to tell my friends, but then I've understood I don't want to finish the book. And this book is a perfect source for learning American English, like the book "Lean In". Apr 24, Jamie Jagpal rated it really liked it.

A book with a mix of both motivation and laughter. Great book if you want some inspiration when working out. Aug 21, Christian Faller rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites. An instant favorite. I was hooked by this book the second I opened it on my Kindle and I finished it in one sitting. It is hilarious to read, yet it contains valuable applicable advice. And it motivates the heck out of you.

I am sure I will be back to re-read this book numerous times in the future. Highly recommend it! Apr 26, Ben Pomeranets rated it it was amazing. Incredible book that opened my eyes to true dedication. I would recommend this book to anyone. Oct 27, Collin rated it it was amazing. Really enjoyed it. Interesting to see two completely different worlds come together. Good eye opener for what the body is actually capable of.

Sep 09, Stephydmd rated it it was amazing. Humorous and motivational for marathon motivation! I've become obsessed with David's outlandish lifestyle and mental toughness. This book offered a look at who he is and how he lives from someone else's perspective. Honestly, I want a whole series of books like this! It was insanely interesting and hilarious. I was constantly stopping to read lines and quotes from David to my husband, along with his concocted workout routines which sounded like pure torture After reading David Goggins' memoir, Can't Hurt Me, I had to get my hands on this book.

I was constantly stopping to read lines and quotes from David to my husband, along with his concocted workout routines which sounded like pure torture. While this book was meant to be humorous, I think there was plenty of value in it as well. I enjoyed the meaning Jesse Itzler was able to extract from his time living with David Goggins. Most specifically: "I have houses, a driver, fly privately. I have all of these things. I started deleting all of my emails, and it felt great.

I started not answering people right away, and it felt fantastic. Apr 04, Reet Batra rated it really liked it Shelves: nf-reads. I love this!!!! Like Jesse, this book is a HIT! Do it differently and you get different results.

That's the way he has operated his entire life and it has worked beautifully. Jesse Itzler only eats fruit 'til noon, loves Run-D. In fact, he doesn't even have a box. About the author Follow authors to get new release updates, plus improved recommendations.

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It was okay but in the long run I concluded that by far the more interesting character in the tale was the SEAL and not the author. Fortunately there's plenty of stuff available about him on the internet! The essence of the story is that the author encounters the SEAL at a 24 hour ultra race and decides, based on the SEAL's performance at said race that he wants to be trained by him for a month.

So the SEAL moves into his house and his life for 30 days on the condition that the author does whatever he says without question. Ultimately the author gets fitter but only after taking part in a load of pointless exercises jumping into a freezing lake, sitting in a too-hot steam room until nearly passing out. The author's life is so far from that of a "normal" person that it's difficulty to find any sympathy for him serial entrepreneur, married to an entrepreneur, wealthy, weird eating habits, tendency to call up random people and try to befriend them I like reading stories about people's efforts and exertions, but there has to be a starting point which brings them close to my own experiences for the story to grip me fully.

It did fine as light holiday reading but it won't be a re-read. It has been a quick read, every time I have read numerous pages, there has been a moment when im literally crying with laughter. This book is just so funny. SEAL is not your typical guy, which makes it even funnier that he's moved in. Every event that happens is a little crazy, but I guess that's what happens when you move a SEAL into your house. The mindset is completely different to the average person : I would suggest reading 'Cant Hurt Me' first though, as you will learn all about SEAL first.

Note that this is a mainly a diary of events, which have been drafted onto what makes the book. It hasn't learned me much, apart from how much you can push your body when needed. I wanted to read this purely for the fun aspect. I bought this book because I heard a podcast where Jesse was talking with Joe Rogan about it and because Im a big fan of David Goggins, who actually is the Seal in the book!

Jesse is a very good saleman and he knows how to promote his stuff!!! This is how I got this book : Anyway, for me as an outdoor enthusiast and constantly looking for motivation and new challenges person this book and Jesse's experience definitely showed me how much human being can be pushed to its limits. Very easy reading and great book for summer holidays! Without a doubt I would recommend this book to anybody who is looking for some new perspective in its life and get a kick to move on :.

This book got me into reading books. Am 24 and have always found movies, documentaries, podcasts or audio books more me. Life was to busy to concentrate and read. Heard this guy on joe rogan and he made me think maybe I should take a moment to read an hour or so a day. Slow life down a little. Take a moment to get away from the glare of a screen. Well I began this book thinking, I like Jesse so surely I'll like his book and won't be bored of reading.

I finished this book 7 days later. I've never had the urge to pick up someone's book and read it. This was just incredible. Very much helps you gather perspective on life. Didnt hesitate and bought his next one. One person found this helpful. Hi, I bought this book and it came the next day. I am very impressed, I do not usually read a lot of books but I love this, read half of it in one day. If you need to motivate yourself or focus yourself if you are struggling in life, or not, it's a fantastic book that is well worth the read.

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