On the Acta Non Verba show, host Marcus Aurelius Anderson talks to Errol Doebler, a Former Navy SEAL and FBI Special Agent, Executive Coach, and Leadership Expert. The conversation explores the importance of emotional awareness, responding to adversity, and ice cold leadership. Doebler discusses his use of cold exposure therapy as a tool for testing stress response and resetting the nervous system. The conversation underlines the recurrent theme that every adversity is unique and needs to be accepted irrespective of judgments, and also the danger of becoming complacent or mediocre. The duo also discusses the importance of having a defined identity and consciously working towards it.
Errol Doebler is a 1991 Graduate of the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD and later served as Assistant Platoon Commander of SEAL Team Four and Platoon Commander of SEAL Team One.
In 2006 Errol joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) where he investigated International Terrorist Organizations out of the FBI’s flagship office in New York City and also served as a member of the FBI’s New York SWAT Team.
The lessons that Errol learned operating in these intense environments can apply to anyone in every day life. That’s why Errol has made it his passion to share these lessons and experiences many people dream of with YOU today.
You can connect with Errol at www.icecoldleader.com