The science behind the Special Forces. Our Mission Six Zero cadre of human performance and behavioral experts will teach you how to take those lessons learned in the keynote presentations and apply them to your personal and professional lives. Our training provides you with the system architecture to gain a cognitive edge over your adversaries.

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Impact your bottom line and ignite a positive change in your employees. Outcome-obsessed and driven by ROI, our workshops are scientifically engineered to engage your audience and provide the tools necessary for your employees to increase individual performance and make your company a better place.

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Mission Six Zero workshops blend the evidence based best practices of our clients and industries backed by research from behavioral science. Our immersive experiences use the adult learning model and focus on relevant skills that will help you and your team perform better and achieve your goals.

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Do What People Say You Can't

Our workshops are designed for businesses that don’t take no for an answer. For people that want employees that are determined, resourceful, and hard-working. You will gain unique perspectives and a new way of tackling annoying problems. Your team will learn to get comfortable being uncomfortable to increase collaboration and drive sales.  Our actionable workshops are available in both half-day and full-day engagements.

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01. Trust

Trust is the essential currency for all high-performing individuals and teams. Getting comfortable with the process of earning and giving trust is a skill that is developed through intentional practice over time. Building off  Jason Van Camp’s keynote presentation, Andy Riise explains the process of trust and why that should be the first step you take in any organization. 

Presenter: Andy Riise

02. Motivation

The goal of this workshop is to gain a greater understanding of motivation – how we motivate ourselves and others and the impact of those choices on our performance and overall well-being. Applicable to both work-life and home-life, this workshop has the power to be enlightening, empowering, and transformative. Petra Kowalski builds off Jason’s presentation by exploring motivation, self-determination, and internalization. 

Presenter: Petra Kowalski

03. Flow

Hitting the Sweet Spot:  There is a profound concept in the human performance world known as being in a state of flow. It’s sort of like finding your sweet spot–being hyper-focused, super creative, with you and your team operating at their best.  Research tells us that at a minimum, three conditions must be met in order for us to move into flow: having clear goals, immediate and appropriate feedback, and proper skill/challenge ratio. This workshop provides individualized assessment and knowledge on improving your teams’ flow states while Matt Chaney discusses his experiences optimizing flow as a Green Beret commander; having earned the Silver Star and Purple Heart during combat operations.

Presenter: Sean Swallen

04. Attention

When we’re in control of our attention, we can “flip the switch” becoming present and intent on the mission-critical and controllable. In contrast, when we’re distracted our attention can easily fall into the traps of negativity, criticism, comparison, expectation, and debilitative self-talk. Through Green Beret Jeff Adams’ gripping and unapologetically authentic combat experiences and Nate Last’s applied science programming, this workshop helps participants develop their capacity to observe and orient their attention to facilitate engaged personal performances for more successful team outcomes.

Presenter: Nate Last

05. Emotional Intelligence

When chaos ensues, self-regulation and specifically emotional regulation must prevail. Whether you’re entrenched in the fog of war on the battlefield or you’re combating stress, uncertainty, or conflict in the workplace, it is the ability to efficiently identify and effectively manage emotional information that will build a foundation to help guide your thoughts and behaviors in an effort to influence an optimal outcome. The ability to identify and manage emotional information is recognized as emotional intelligence (EI). Joe Serna talks about emotional dexterity and the practices that he drew from to survive and thrive in uncertainty during combat operations. Gain a functional knowledge of EI and walk away with 5 techniques to practically apply EI to any situation as you work to influence an optimal outcome.

Presenter: Sarah Spradlin

06. Self-Awareness

One does not have to train to the extreme, but you do have to practice the fundamentals day in and day out to be able to adapt to the stressors put before you. Get exposed to “little doses of venom” daily and learn how to properly execute movement make you a little more resilient to the stressors of life. Tyler Christiansen expands upon Rusty Whitt’s keynote by explaining the steps to developing your “base layers” of physical nutrition and toughness to develop a loyal corporate culture and fanatic customer base by leaning into your strengths and recognizing who you are first and foremost.

Presenter: Tyler Christiansen

07. Culture


Culture is made up of people: the way each of us socializes, builds trust, learns how to influence and negotiate through conflict, with positive outcomes.  So let’s better understand who you are, then lead into how you (we) all fit together and form a healthy trust of one another to achieve results. To achieve results, we need to learn how best to influence once another and understand how to negotiate through conflict.  That all begins with the understanding of our own behavioral needs and those of others. Shelley Smith builds off Dan Quinn’s emotional journey as a Green Beret commander in Afghanistan and taking a stand against the common practice of bacha bazi (child sex slavery).  She shows you how social outcomes influence overall increase in employee engagement, increase in satisfaction, increase in retention, decrease in turnover, and increase in productivity, therefore increasing top-line sales and bottom-line profit.

Presenter: Shelley Smith

08. Creed

Great organizations do not happen by accident, but rather by deliberate intention. Truly effective groups, businesses, military units, and athletic teams are characterized by a clear and powerful philosophy, way, and/or creed that galvanizes attitude and effort. A creed is a set of clearly established beliefs and guiding principles that can act as a motivational oath and action plan that directs focus and energy towards optimal performance.

This is a can’t miss presentation for forward-thinking groups who want results as this workshop focuses on leading your team through a creative process that results in a clear understanding of the key values that will guide your work as an individual, team, leadership group and/or organization. It is designed to assist participants in a candid discussion about great teams, obstacles that thwart effectiveness, and the ultimate creation of a creed (traits, beliefs, affirmations, actions) that each participant will commit to and that all members will inspire to live and uphold.

Presenter: Michael Gerson

09. Stress

The Stress workshop conducted by Casey Van Camp will build on Leroy Petry’s presentation by discussing the positive and negative impact of stress on your mind, body, and spirit. Employees will learn to identify sources of stress and how to reduce the impact of the negative in their life while utilizing positive stress to be impactful. Attendees will learn the concepts beyond focus and flow through discussions and exercises. 

Presenter: Casey Van Camp

10. Compartmentalization

As the pace of business continues to increase we often feel as if we’re under fire by a barrage of competing tasks. The question becomes, “how do we deal with all these things, all at once?” We have several full time focuses, but only a limited amount of emotional and mental energy to devote to each one. Compartmentalization is the ability to filter through conflicting values, thoughts, and emotions, then isolate and focus on difficult issues separately in the performance moment. Sarah Spradlin expands upon Joey Jones’ presentation and empowers you to efficiently bring new ideas and creativity back to your desks.

Presenter: Sarah Spradlin

11. Adaptation

Nate Boyer’s story represents the remarkable journey of a lost young man without purpose—through his transformation into a Green Beret, combat veteran, and sports icon. While he is celebrated for his achievements, it’s important to understand the mundanity of his excellence—the process behind the outcomes. The focus of this keynote is Nate’s ability to adapt, overcome, and improvise—how he adapted and pushed his body beyond its limits to achieve superhuman feats.  Jason Mitchler recounts Nate’s experiences to explain adaptability and what risks you and your clients need to understand in order to thrive in uncertainty.  

Presenter: Jason Mitchler

12. Analysis Paralysis

We live in a world where Information Overload is a given. This means we are at the mercy of overexposure, excessive consumption, and wildly abundant information and data. Those in leadership positions today think they are required to make perfect decisions because it seems as if all the information we need is readily available. Our quality of decisions is reduced by Analysis Paralysis. This situation occurs when the overthinking and overanalyzing of a situation causes decision-making and forward progress to come to a halt. Green Beret Brian Petit‘s stories and candor will captivate your executives. His insights as a Green Beret Colonel on multi-tasking, overcoming analysis paralysis, and achieving victory are priceless.

Speaker: Rebecca Canate


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