Get to Know Alden Mills
- Inc. 500 CEO of Perfect Fitness
- Awarded 40+ patents worldwide and founder of multiple businesses
- Three-time Navy SEAL platoon commander and Division One athlete
- Bestselling author of Be Unstoppable and Unstoppable Teams
- Keynote Speaker recognized as the #1 top virtual speaker by Entrepreneur magazine
- Advisor to chief level executives and board members
Hi, I’m Alden Mills
I’m going to be your swim buddy—Navy SEAL speak for your teammate. I’m here to help you succeed. There is no greater pleasure that I get than from helping others, their teams, and organizations go beyond what they originally thought was possible. With over 40 years of success in different environments—sports, military, business, nonprofits, and community action groups—I know the rules for success are universal: it starts with how you lead yourself and ends with how you serve others.
These principles of success are what I call the three levels of Unstoppable Leadership. Think of them like ripples radiating from a pebble dropped into a pond’s still waters. The techniques I share are ones I’ve used throughout my life—from leading Navy SEALs to creating an Inc. 500 company to leading communities to, and most importantly, raising my four boys.
If you think about everything we do in life, it comes down to three things: the decisions we make, the actions we take as a result of those decisions, and how we serve others. I am living proof that success is available to everyone, not just a chosen few. We are all born to Be Unstoppable, but unstoppable is a choice. So how do we lead ourselves and others? Join me and let’s find out.
Alden Mills is on a mission to help 100 million people Be Unstoppable. With more than 40 years of experience failing and succeeding in a vast array of different environments from sports, military, and business to nonprofits and community action groups, he learned success is driven by one vital factor—leadership—of oneself and others.
The first person Alden learned to lead was himself. As a weak child with asthma, doctors insisted he limit physical activity and avoid sports. Instead, with the mindset instilled in him by his mother that “no one defines what you can and can’t do, but you,” he went on to become a National Collegiate Champion rower, earning Gold and Silver medals at the Olympic Festival, and a Navy SEAL who was top of his class. From a young age he amassed notebooks of invention drawings. One of those ideas became the wildly popular Perfect Pushup and today he holds over 40 patents worldwide.
As Alden achieved personal successes, he repeatedly grew into leadership positions. He became captain of his collegiate rowing team, was promoted three times to Navy SEAL platoon commander, and ranked #1 platoon commander each time. He turned a single invention into a global fitness powerhouse in over 70 countries with multiple products, leading Perfect Fitness to become the fastest-growing consumer product company in the country, with over $95 million in sales in just three years. He has since founded and served on multiple companies’ boards in retail hard goods, consumable products, and service-based businesses.
Along the way, Alden cultivated a methodology—Unstoppable Leadership—that develops people into congruent and authentic leaders who successfully build teams and create cultures that are unstoppable regardless of the situation, industry, or environment.
Today Alden Mills is known as one of the leading business thinkers in America and spends his time helping others learn and implement the three levels of Unstoppable Leadership. Through speaking, coaching, writing, board advisory, and teaching, Alden helps people acquire the mindset, tools, and actions required to accomplish more than they thought was possible.
Be Unstoppable Now
Alden’s services take the form of keynotes, workshops, self-paced online courses, and intimate coaching sessions. Regardless, every offering is customized—and each one shares the goal of helping participants jump-start their growth as leaders, as colleagues, as team members, and as custodians of their culture.
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