New York Times BestsellerOver 3 million copies soldFor David Goggins, childhood was a nightmare — poverty, prejudice, and physical abuse colored his days and haunted his nights. But through self-discipline, mental toughness, and hard work, Goggins transformed himself from a depressed, overweight young man with no future into a U.S. Armed Forces icon and one of the world’s top endurance athletes. The only man in history to complete elite training as a Navy SEAL, Army Ranger, and Air Force Tactical Air Controller, he went on to set records in numerous endurance events, inspiring Outside magazine to name him “The Fittest (Real) Man in America.”In Can’t Hurt Me, he shares his astonishing life story and reveals that most of us tap into only 40% of our capabilities. Goggins calls this The 40% Rule, and his story illuminates a path that anyone can follow to push past pain, demolish fear, and reach their full potential.
December 10, 2018
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“David Goggins is a being of pure will and inspiration. Just listening to this guy talk makes you want to run up a mountain. I firmly believe people like him can change the course of the world just by inspiring us to push harder and dig deeper in everything we do. His goal to be ‘uncommon amongst uncommon people’ is something we can all use to propel ourselves to fulfill our true potential. I’m a better man having met him.” –Joe Rogan, Standup Comedian and Host of the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast “David Goggins lives out every goal, every dream no matter what. PERIOD. He’s unstoppable. There’s no limit to him because he doesn’t live in a comfort zone. His mental and physical capacity are equal. Goggins proves that your body can handle anything if you let your mind keep up. There’s no way to stop something or someone that doesn’t understand the concept of being beat.”–Marcus Luttrell, Retired Navy SEAL, Author of New York Times Best Seller Lone Survivor”Modern neuroscience is teaching us that the path to courage and success arrives through embracing pain and fear, not by avoiding them. If ever there was a real-life example of this, it is the story of David Goggins. In his unrelenting pursuit to self-conquer, Goggins taught himself how to tap into that elusive holy grail of human existence: the ability to rewire one’s own brain in order to continually do better and actually become better, regardless of feelings, external conditions, or motivational state. Can’t Hurt Me is the remarkable description of that journey and the capacity to leverage and better the mind. More importantly, it also teaches you how.”–Andrew D. Huberman, PhD, Professor of Neurobiology, Stanford University School of Medicine “David Goggins throws the door open on pain, evil, darkness, the worst and yes, the best of humanity, and the strength of the human soul…and that’s just in chapter one. If you are looking for a book that will heal, stretch, inspire, and dig into the corners of what it takes to persevere and overcome in a messed-up world, this is your book.”–Taya Kyle, Widow of American Sniper Chris Kyle, Author of New York Times Best Seller American Wife “By the time you finish David Goggins’s new book, you’ll have kicked your victim mentality in the butt. Where you go from there is entirely up to you–as Goggins makes clear in this entertaining and poignant memoir cum inspirational how-to. As the man with a hole in his heart tells you, there are no excuses in life, only reasons to try harder.”–Jim DeFelice, Author of American Sniper “David Goggins’s book is not the first about overcoming severe hardships to achieve success, but it is certainly one of the most compelling. His story of beating the odds, of achieving athletic greatness, of serving his country and his charities, and of mastering his own destiny will inspire all of us to reach a little higher and give a little more. ‘I will never quit’ is a tenet of the Navy SEAL ethos, and one that David Goggins applies to everything he does.”–Admiral Eric Olson, U.S. Navy (Retired); Former Commander, United States Special Operations Command; Chairman, Special Operations Warrior Foundation “I’m inspired that people like this guy exist. Not everyone will live a life like David Goggins, but he is proof that anyone could if given the right headspace within.”–Kelly Slater, Eleven-Time World Champion Surfer”Guaranteed to galvanize more than a few couch potatoes into action.” — Kirkus Reviews About the Author David Goggins is a retired Navy SEAL and the only member of the U.S. Armed Forces ever to complete SEAL training, U.S. Army Ranger School, and Air Force Tactical Air Controller training. Goggins has competed in more than sixty ultra-marathons, triathlons, and ultra-triathlons, setting new course records and regularly placing in the top five. A former Guinness World Record holder for completing 4,030 pull-ups in seventeen hours, he’s a much-sought-after public speaker who’s shared his story with the staffs of Fortune 500 companies, professional sports teams, and hundreds of thousands of students across the country. <div id="
I think this would have been a much better read if he could have left out a large amount of the foul language. I understand it’s who he is and most likely how he talks in real life, but it was over the top. I’ve read other books by military members or Navy seals and always know I’ll have to over look a lot of language, but this was really excessive and over powering in this book. I wanted my boys to read this book and I love to share good books on social media and/or with my friends, but I won’t be encouraging anyone to read this book simply because the language is really too intense. To a point where it’s vulgar and embarrassing to recommend. Was disappointed. 🙁
He cusses too much and it ruins reading the book. Felt like I got ripped off buying the book . Made a bad mistake even reading book. What a waste of a triumph due to cussing.
I bought Can’t Hurt Me after tuning into the Rich Roll podcast recently when David Goggins was a guest. I’d also heard him about a year ago so was already familiar with his story. As a 55 year old competitive female endurance athlete, I thought I might glean some useful tidbits and possibly some inspirational insights from the book. Although the in-depth description of Navy Seal training was interesting, and the book was well written, I have to say that for a guy who writes incessantly about feeling “stupid” and prejudiced against, he doesn’t do much to rise above (or lead by example) by lacing every page with non-stop profanity. I intensely disliked his various descriptions of female genitalia as a synonym for weakness. I get that it was Drill Sargent talk during Seal Training but Goggins defaults to it as self talk whenever he’s experiencing a low point in a race, and that’s on him. It’s actually disturbing that he can drum up adrenaline that way. In addition, while some of the points of this book are valid (as in how much time people waste on social media and watching television, yet complain that they don’t have time to exercise ), Goggins seems truly addicted to pain and suffering and doesn’t actually seem to be able to feel any other emotion. He is self-proclaimed “the badest mother-f*****” on the planet, and those words are repeated over and over throughout the book. Yawn. He perpetually overtrains with zero regard for how it’s affecting his body. No wonder he crashed and burned and trashed his adrenals. He’s lucky to be alive. This was more an autobiography of a tormented man who can’t feel happiness so seeks out endless pain to validate his existence, and is cheering the reader on to seek out the same. I understand the mental game of endurance but feel Goggins takes it to an extremely unhealthy level. You only get this one body. If you unnecessarily destroy it, what then?
I’ll keep this short and simple… this book will not give you motivation… It will instead give you the tools to change your life once and for all. It’s so powerful I purchased the hard copy and the audiobook. Extra note: the audiobook comes with lots of great bonus material in every chapter…. it’s worth getting even if you have a hard copy. Buy it, read it, listen to it, share it… change your life.
I never write reviews. However, I cannot put down this damn book. I listened to all of Goggin’s podcast on Rogan, etc. and was hesitant to buy this because I thought I already knew his story. There is so much more going on in this book. You need get it.
As David gets vulnerable and reveals his life story. I began to cry as he detailed his brutal childhood. It got me thinking I don’t have any excuse to be mediocre… Soon after that David tells to story of getting to BUDS and has me laughing as he explains the physical brutality that he learned to laugh his way through. It got me thinking again, I don’t have any excuse to be mediocre. All through this book, David’s life experience revealed that everything is a mind game and the more I can find a reason for being, then motivation, willpower, opinions, and fear all become irrelevant. The audio book has commentary between chapters that brings these stories to life. David does an incredible job and this book has changed the trajectory of my life. The 10 challenges are underway and I am excited to see where they take me. You will cry, you will laugh, you will ask yourself “am I capable of more?” and if you are like me, you will say yes and get to work… FWIW, I highly recommend this book
This book is different than the generic self help books that we have all read. David didn’t just regurgitate what everyone else said about self improvement. He invented his own methods through trial and error. He is also not afraid to tap into something that our society has just about eliminated, negative reinforcement. My self-improvement journey was always hindered by too much positive reinforcement throughout my life. There is a place for this, but sometimes you just have to look in the mirror and call yourself out with brutal honesty, David literally does this daily.This book is as much an amazing story as it is a self-help book.
This book is more than just another self-help book. David Goggins is the real deal; a man who came from struggle and hardship, accomplished many impressive feats and became one of the toughest men alive. In this book he lays out his life story, with all the hardships he faced and how he came out stronger for it. With this book he doesn’t just offer short term motivation but rather a deep shift in your mindset that will help you achieve your fullest potential, as long as you’re willing to put in the work. After reading this book I finally understand what was wrong with my mentality and I can safely say that I now have a new attitude towards life and achieving my goals. Now I understand what it takes to live up to your full potential, which is something that 99% of people are never quite able to do. Here’s a hint- it doesn’t happen without suffering. This book is worth its weight in gold.
Não li o livro pois não leio em inglês, mais já vi vários videos da historia dele na internet é motivacional, gostaria que o livro fosse lançado em português aqui no Brasil, vários brasileiros como eu que não leêm em inglês estão ansiosos para lerem em português e com certeza será bem vendido aqui no Brasil. Quem estiver lendo enunciado façam um apelo aí a editora e ao próprio autor para traduzir e lançar o mais rapidamente aqui no Brasil.
David Goggins showcases the tragic story of a young boy, disadvantaged by domestic violence, racism, learning difficulties, fear of water, and a resulting threat to physical and mental health, to one of the most accomplished persons in the Navy SEALs, ultra racing, and now authors.This book is written 100% from the heart and, if you have watched some of Dave’s interview, you will find that reading this book is like him talking to you personally. It doesn’t hold back on the graphic past of his life, however nasty, and perfectly reflects the message it portrays so effectively: accept the truth, only then you may be able to change.Following Dave’s principles turns you into a healthy masochist, seeking out everything that keeps you up and haunts you at night, running towards the dragon, not away from it. And I can personally attest to the fact that, when you run towards all the things that scare you the most, and you beat/settle them, there’s an amazing feeling of ‘that was it, what’s next?’, as well as an acceptance of adverse events through a ‘calloused mind’.My favourite aspect of the book is the ‘WHAT IF?’, and perfectly summarises Dave’s story and message. What if you, reading this right now, could be somebody that nobody, including yourself, thought you could be, how would that feel? Use that to drive you forward and even if your attempts fail, say ‘roger that’ and try until you succeed.Dave shows that in order to overcome and master yourself you must become quiet and ‘go into your own mind’ which is a challenge in today’s society where social media and low quality entertainment steals everyone’s attention.
Very well written, powerful story with a unique character and attitude, which you can feel very strongly as you read about David’s journey. I agree 99% with David, especially his view that “The ticket to victory often comes down to bringing your very best when you feel your worst” (Page 59). I am truly amazed and fascinated with David’s journey and he is no doubt an inspirational individual that everyone can learn from a great deal.However, having said that there is one boxing example in the book, I strongly disagree with on (Page 211-212): “Imagine you’re a boxer, and on your first day in the ring you take one on your chin. It’s gonna hurt like f*****g hell, but at year ten of being a boxer, you won’t be stopped by one punch. You’ll be able to absorb twelve rounds of getting beat the f**k down and come back the very next day and fight again. It’s not that the punch has lost power. Your opponents will be even stronger. The change has happened within your brain. You’ve calloused your mind. Over a period of time, your tolerance for mental and physical suffering will have expanded because your software will have learned that you can take a hell of a lot more than one punch.”The problem with this particular example is that there have already been multiple rigorous scientific brain scan studies done investigating the long-term accumulative brain damage from constant concussions sustained over a period of time, especially in boxing. Therefore, continuous punches to the head after 10 years could very likely lead to or significantly increase the risk of serious irreversible consequences such as confusion, headaches, memory loss, social instability, impulsive behavior, dementia, movement disorders, speech impediments, tremors, cognitive disorders and depression. David talks a great deal about his injuries (broken skin & bones, heart surgery) and his incredible ability to be able to persevere with his enormous will power. However, there is a huge difference between braking your skin & bones, which eventually will heal compared to sustaining long-term brain damage, which is simply irreversible! and no amount of will power can regenerate it back to the way it was. Just read about these boxing legends who developed debilitating brain diseases as a direct result of the constant concussions sustained over their boxing career:1. Sugar Ray Robinson (Developed Alzheimer’s disease)2. Muhammad Ali (Developed Parkinson’s disease)3. Jerry Quarry (Developed brain atrophy & dementia)4. Freddie Roach (Developed Parkinson’s disease)5. Michael Watson (Sustained serious brain injury, confined to a wheelchair)6. Meldrick Taylor (Developed dementia)7. Thomas Hearns (Developed dementia)8. Riddick Bowe (Sustained brain damage)9. The list goes on….My recommendation would be to ignore the ignorant boxing example, because the rest of the book is fantastic and truly inspiring.
This book will blow your mind! Each & everyone of you will find atleast one chapter that resonates strongly with your life. Don’t even think twice cause “Cant Hurt Me” might just change your life!!
Ich muss zugeben: ich wusste nicht wer David Goggins ist. Doch nachdem ich den Auszug dieses Buches angelesen hatte, gab es kein Zurück mehr.Es ist mit Abstand das inspirierendste Buch, das ich je gelesen habe. Seine Biographie liest sich wie ein Roman und ich habe selten mit einem “Protagonisten” so mitgefiebert. Goggins öffnet einem durch seine Lebensgeschichte die Augen zu was der Mensch fähig ist. Seine Ansätze fußen auf seinen Erfahrungen und sind mit keinem anderen Motivationsbuch zu vergleichen, denn sie sind oft eiskalt, roh und echt. „Barbarisch“ und „mittelalterlich“, wie Goggins selbst sagt. Es kämpft gegen die Entwicklung an, immer den leichtesten und schnellsten Weg mit dem geringsten Widerstand im Leben zu suchen (Lifehacks, 6-Minuten-Abs-Workout, etc. – wir kennen es alle) und dem Schmerz hinterherzujagen. Denn laut Goggins hat man in schmerzhaften, oder zumindest unangenehmen Situationen die wichtigsten Einsichten.Für mich persönlich ist dieses Buch von unvorstellbaren Wert und ich habe schon jetzt Dinge erreicht, die ich nicht für möglich gehalten habe. Ich habe davor schon einige Motivationsbücher gelesen und keines hat bis jetzt einen ähnlichen Wandel in meinem Leben angestoßen. Das einzige Manko: nachdem man dieses Buch gelesen hat kann man andere “Motivationstrainer” nie mehr ernst nehmen.Ich hoffe, dass euch dieses Buch genauso mitnimmt wie mich.
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