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Leadership and Discipline
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Nov 1, 2017

0:00:00 - Opening

0:21:27 - Who becomes evil?  And Why?

0:31:59 - Taking ultimate responsibility.  

0:41:43 - Dangerous but disciplined.

0:59:40 - Discipline and kids psychology.

1:05:08 - How to be successful.  Breaking the loop.

2:04:42 - Self Authoring.

2:34:36 - Determining personality traits.

2:53:35 - The rise of Jordan Peterson.

3:00:29 - Using praise and rewards carefully.  Participation trophies?

3:13:25 - Support JockoStore stuff, Super Krill Oil and Joint WarfareOrigin Brand Apparel, with Jocko White Tea and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes)Extreme Ownership (book)The Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual. 

3:41:39 - Closing Gratitude. 

 

11 Comments
  • a year and a half ago
    deb tk
    Working my way through your podcasts -this is my favourite. Thank you.
  • almost two years ago
    Stephanie Siraco
    I’ve listened to almost all of your episodes and this one is by far my favorite. I’m going to have to listen to it a second time to make sure I didn’t miss anything.
  • almost two years ago
    Marc Muhammad
    Thank you for reading the opening letter; it brought me to my knees in the most positive way.

    I wish to only add that evil & hate appear to be universal to all humans rather than any single ethnic group; therefore those who feel evil is their path to a cause must be eliminated regardless of colour, religion or any other “Mark of Identity Politics”

    Suni Muslims are no exception to the rule,

    I don’t think you have any idea the number of lives you have impacted at scale with tremendous humility.

    Thank you
  • almost two years ago
    Allen Burnsworth
    This was a life changing podcast. No hyperbole. This one really opened my eyes to a number of things that I have felt for the longest time but couldn’t put together in a succinct and practical way.

    You’re truly making a difference in the world Jocko. A hearty thanks to all three of you for taking the time to be thorough.

    Just amazing. Thank you again.
  • almost two years ago
    John Z
    Best, most informative podcast I’ve ever heard. Way to go Jocko!
  • almost two years ago
    Samuel Dusek
    Ive listened three times and I am going to once again. This podcast is the best. Thank you Jocko, Charles and Dr. Peterson. Your words heals my soul.
  • almost two years ago
    Ted McCord
    Damn. I’ve been listening and recommending your podcast to family and friends for almost a year now. Never felt compelled to respond directly to you, but this one really blew me away. Dr. Peterson is no joke. He understands and can explain human behavior like no one else I have ever heard.
  • almost two years ago
    Bernard Jenkins
    Wow! While I’m a massive fan of the podcast this episode tops the list in my book. 10/10 Jocko Peterson and Charles, you guys are adding real value to the world with this.
  • almost two years ago
    Michelle
    Hi! This was a GReAT podcast! Very interesting discussion. I love the journey I have been on since becoming a follower of Jocko and being able to open up my perspective of world. Thanks for the motivation and inspiration!
  • almost two years ago
    Jared
    This was the deepest and most profound podcast I have ever heard. Thank you Jocko. I find it easy to see the “bubbles” of reality that others live in but find it hard to see my own. This episode w/ Dr. Peterson helped me to peer out of that force field.
  • almost two years ago
    Matt N
    When I saw your title I had to listen! Dr. Peterson is awesome! I liked how you guys related a lot of the content to leadership and real world things. Sometimes he gets a little deep for me to understand but today’s podcast helped me just a little bit more to understand this whole thing. Well Done! Thanks
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