Battle Ready

Eliminate Doubt, Embrace Courage, Transform Your Life
Ollie Ollerton
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How do you keep going when you're in your lowest moment?
How do you prioritise recovery and take control?
How do you transform your life?

Ex-Special Forces soldier Ollie Ollerton knows more than his fair share about keeping going. As a recruit he survived the infamously tough SAS selection process on a busted ankle with the Directing Staff pleading with him to give up. But it's in Ollie's personal life that he really had to dig deep. At his lowest he was battling a failed relationship, substance abuse, depression and a pronounced death wish.

After leaving the services Ollie found himself at a loss. Feeling worthless, lacking purpose, he turned to drink to numb the pain. Looking for a way out, Ollie made a discovery. Often in life we find ourselves looking for an external fix - drink, drugs, other people's agenda. But the truth is the solution is not out there, it's inside. In Battle Ready Ollie teaches you how to access this potential, find your inner strength and transform your life.

From finding your purpose to visualising your outcome, to putting in a process to break bad habits and create positive new routines, Ollie's 12-step plan shows you how to make positive progress and recover when things go wrong. By following his plan you can realise your full potential, find your happiness, and become battle ready.

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9781788703406-grouped
Audiobook
9781788703406 (30 Apr 2020)
RRP £32.99

More about Ollie Ollerton

Matthew 'Ollie' Ollerton is a former Special Forces soldier and a member of the Directing Staff on Channel 4's hit show SAS: Who Dares Wins.

Ollie's military career began at the age of 18 when he joined the Royal Marine Commandos and toured operationally in Northern Ireland and in Iraq for Operation Desert Storm. He subsequently spent six years in the Special Boat Service rising to team leader, before working in Iraq as a private security contractor and carrying out charity work in South-East Asia.

Ollie now spends his time as a corporate training entrepreneur for his company Break-Point, an ambassador for the Royal Marines Charity and a director of the mental health charity StrongMen.