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Nov 27, 2017

0:00:00 -  Opening

0:00:14 - Should you ever use ultimatums?

0:06:27 - How to Let go of resentment from High school and the past.

0:17:02 - Is it okay to have a brown belt Jiu jitsu instructor?

0:24:02 - Dealing with team members only in it for them self.

0:34:52 - How to avoid having Extreme Ownership taken for weakness.

0:47:38 - How can Discipline be a weakness?

1:23:46 - How would "young Jocko" perform under "Commander Willink"?

1:30:34 - Advice for your younger self.

1:36:48 - Advice from the Tribe of Mentors.

1:53:29 - Support: JockoStore stuff, Super Krill Oil and Joint WarfareOrigin Brand Apparel and Jocko Gi, with Jocko White Tea,  Onnit Fitness stuff, and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes)Extreme Ownership (book)The Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual. 

2:19:29 - Closing Gratitude.

1 Comments
  • almost two years ago
    Will
    Jocko, I’m a Navy boat crew man. They call them SWCC NOW. I wanted to thank you for this particular episode because it is WHAT I NEEDED! My boss and upper management haven’t been in the military and while I try my best to convey the issues I’m experiencing within the company and try to help them understand the problems, this podcast has made me realize that I too need to “disengage” and try to see it from their side/perspective to help them understand what is exactly going on so WE TOGETHER can make this company better and more successful. I have a meeting with the CEO Friday and I have time to prepare and now know what it is I need to do and say to them so they understand what I/We are seeing and present them with plans on how we can change the direction we are heading (which is downhill and shutting down which we don’t need to do). The management team/CEO always think I’m coming across as nondiplomatic but that isn’t my intentions, by the time I’m up the chain and talking to him face to face I’m already pissed because his management team are spineless jellyfish and have no desire to discipline coworkers who are costing us big accounts. Thanks to this podcast, I’m able to step back now and see how to get the CEO to see what is going on diplomatically and tactly without sounding like I’m just yelling and pissed off. So again thank you!
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