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GUTS: Greatness Under Tremendous Stress


Warwick’s presents
Brian "Iron Ed" Hiner
in conversation with Charles Parisi

GUTS: Greatness Under Tremendous Stress

Wednesday, November 17, 2021 - 6:00pm PST

GUTS: Greatness Under Tremendous Stress
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On Wednesday, November 17th at 6:00pm PST Warwick's will host Brian "Iron Ed" Hiner as he discusses his new book, Guts: Greatness Under Tremendous Stress: A Navy Seal's System for Turning Fear Into Accomplishment, in conversation with Charles Parisi. Brian "Iron Ed" Hiner is a decorated Navy SEAL veteran officer with more than 20 years of distinguished service. He is among the most experienced trainers in SEAL history, having trained and qualified thousands of Navy SEALs as a Navy Special Warfare Training Officer. The recipient of two bronze stars with "V" for valor in combat, he is featured in Ken Blanchard's Leading at a Higher Level and Dick Couch's Sheriff of Ramadi. Ed received his undergraduate degree from Virginia Commonwealth University and graduated from Officers Candidate School with Honors. He holds a master's degree in executive leadership from the University of San Diego. He is also a leadership consultant and author of the Los Angeles Times bestseller First, Fast, Fearless.

What does it take to set a goal or have a dream, and then actually achieve it? What does it take to turn fear and stress into foresight, motivation, and action? It takes GUTS. No one knows this better than decorated Navy SEAL veteran Brian "Iron Ed" Hiner. During more than 20 years of service, Hiner witnessed the paralyzing power of fear firsthand - not just on the battlefield but in every aspect of our lives. He also learned that it's possible to overcome those fears and turn negative self-doubt into positive accomplishments. Even more, he knows that anyone can do it - if you have GUTS.

GUTS: Greatness Under Tremendous Stress - is more than a motivation guide. It's a complete life-changing program full of powerful, transformational strategies straight from the Navy SEAL playbook. It's like a personal boot camp for retraining the brain, breaking bad habits and thought patterns, taking risks and turning apathy into action. Whether it's starting a business or changing careers, leading a team or getting fit, this book supplies all the basic training you need to change your relationship with fear, thrive in adversity, develop resilience, and accomplish your greatest goals. It doesn't take a miracle - it takes GUTS.

Charles Parisi has over thirty years of entrepreneurial experience, having successfully launched, funded and exited multiple start-up companies. His experience in marketing, sales and distribution in industries ranging from consumer packaged goods and nutritional supplements to financial services and non-profits has been marked by creativity, discipline and engaged enthusiasm, resulting in well over $1 billion in sales in his various endeavors, many of which represented first-to-market products and distribution strategies. He is currently the CEO of Cloudcast Media as well as the co-founder of Asymmetrical Evolution, the developers of the SEALpreneurship program for high school students.

A passionate believer in giving back to the local community, Charles has for many years served the needs of youth for the purpose of elevating access, opening opportunities and fueling their ascent to the highest possible levels.  Charles has also been blessed with fatherhood, being a father to an outstanding, smart, talented and compassionate daughter, Ava, the person who lights up his universe.

Guts: Greatness Under Tremendous Stress: A Navy Seal's System for Turning Fear Into Accomplishment Cover Image
ISBN: 9781260462920
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: McGraw-Hill Education - April 22nd, 2021