Extreme ownership chapter 7 summary
Extreme Ownership Quotes by Jocko Willink
Amazon Link Here. This book has triggered many thoughts and aha moments for me. I think, especially as a man, many of us can get more confidence and leadership using the lessons they describe. Here are some notes to illustrate why. If you are interested to build confidence using a feminine approach at the same time, I recommend reading this post as well, with Debbie Ford advises.
And they are all mindsets, of course. Read on to arm yourself and win at life. They coach and write on leadership topics. Willink and Babin make their philosophy clear right from the start: the only meaningful measure for a leader is whether the team succeeds or fails, they say. Effective leaders lead their teams to accomplish their mission, ineffective leaders do not. The best leaders are not driven by ego or personal agendas.
After their experiences in battle, they began applying their leadership principles to business as consultants. Despite the superficial differences between warfare and business, there are strong parallels in effective leadership in both arenas. What is the usual script when a mission goes badly? We look for someone or something else to blame, and others do the same. At the behest of the leader, a scapegoat is found and dogpiled, or worse, everyone points fingers at each other. Not only is the desired result lost, but trust is severely damaged between team members. How do you as a leader stop this from happening?
Extreme Ownership: How U. With riveting firsthand accounts of making high-pressure decisions as Navy SEAL battlefield leaders, this audiobook is equally gripping for leaders who seek to dominate other arenas. This audiobook explains the SEAL leadership concepts crucial to accomplishing the most difficult missions in combat and how to apply them to any group, team, or organization. It demonstrates how to apply these directly to business and life to likewise achieve victory. Purely got this one because of the high ratings, compelling summary, and because it has a yellow cover. I like that this is going into a completely different field of expertise and translating the principles into valuable insights. Not only that, I expect some good action and war stories while I listen to it.