Did you read the article? From your comment it sounds like you didn't. It had very little to do with Bin Laden's death. It was all about how Navy SEALs mentally train their bodies and minds to perform perfectly under pressure.
On that note, very interesting article. It seems the key to "mental agility", as the author called it, is the same as physical agility: repeat the action over and over until your mind and body are completely used to it. If you get nervous in a gun fight, go to hundreds of practice gun fights. Rigorous training will do the most for you. Read ther article though, it does a much better job of explaining it than I do.
Why is this spread out into six pages? Also, where's the head on a pike? We have never been given even the slightest bit of evidence that this individual had actually died. This is not an issue of conspiracy, but an issue of transparency. Yes, I understand that the showing of the corpse of an enemy leader could easily be used as a rallying cry, but we are far, far beyond that point in which this would have any relevance to current situations. What I also understand though, is that human beings should not be so gullible to rely upon the word of known liars to base their reality.