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Retired Navy SEAL, Jocko Willink and Director, Echo Charles discuss discipline and leadership in business, war, relationships and everyday life.

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Retired Navy SEAL, Jocko Willink and Director, Echo Charles discuss discipline and leadership in business, war, relationships and everyday life.

    217: Gratitude and Service With Gary Sinise: Grateful American

    217: Gratitude and Service With Gary Sinise: Grateful American

    0:00:00 - Opening
    0:09:56 – Gary Sinise, "Grateful American"
    4:13:19 – Final Thoughts and take-aways
    4:18:30 – How to stay on THE PATH.
    4:33:46 – Closing Gratitude

    • 4 hrs 37 min
    216: Why You Should Do The Best You Can and Never Give Up. The Memory Endures, by Reg Curtis

    216: Why You Should Do The Best You Can and Never Give Up. The Memory Endures, by Reg Curtis

    0:00:00 - Opening 
    0:02:24 - The Memory Endures, by Reg Curtis--Analysis.
    3:15:35 - Final thoughts and take-aways.
    3:29:16 - How to stay on THE PATH.
    3:48:07 - Closing Gratitude.
     

    • 3 hrs 50 min
    215: You'll Never Be Free Unless You Tell Yourself The Truth. Taking Control Of Your Destiny At Work. Brown-nosing Team Members. Passed Over For Promotion.

    215: You'll Never Be Free Unless You Tell Yourself The Truth. Taking Control Of Your Destiny At Work. Brown-nosing Team Members. Passed Over For Promotion.

    0:00:00 - Opening: Sun Tzu
    0:02:37 - What to do if a team mate is brown-nosing and putting in extra work to get a promotion.
    0:31:43 - What to do when you get passed over for a promotion.
    1:02:07 - What to do when you think you're in a rut, or in a loop of failure.
    1:10:23 - Know the difference. "Yes" Man VS Willing to smash all tasks., big or small.
    1:13:43 - How to take control of your destiny at work.
    1:17:51 - Are you happy where you are, REALLY?
    1:23:46 - How to stay on THE PATH.
    1:51:39 - Closing Gratitude.
     

    • 1 hr 52 min
    214: How to Overcome Our Natal Defects. Patton's General Instructions and Keys to Victory

    214: How to Overcome Our Natal Defects. Patton's General Instructions and Keys to Victory

    0:00:00 - Opening
    0:07:32 - Patton's General orders and Keys to victory.
    1:41:50 - Final thoughts and take-aways.
    2:16:45 - Closing Gratitude

    • 2 hrs 19 min
    213: Battle is The Most Magnificent Competition in which a Human Can Indulge. Patton's General Orders.

    213: Battle is The Most Magnificent Competition in which a Human Can Indulge. Patton's General Orders.

    0:00:00 - Opening: Patton's Speech to his troops. June 5th, 1944.
    2:02:30 - Final thoughts and take-aways.
    2:06:34 - How to Stay on THE PATH.
    2:30:30 - Closing Gratitude.

    • 2 hrs 31 min
    212: 4 Years Sitting in a Little Room, Across The Table from Jocko Willink. What I Learned. With Echo Charles

    212: 4 Years Sitting in a Little Room, Across The Table from Jocko Willink. What I Learned. With Echo Charles

    0:00:00 - Opening
    0:04:42 - History, Jiu Jitsu, Extreme Ownership and how it applies EVERYWHERE.
    2:16:00 - Final thoughts and take-aways.
    2:20:00 - How to stay on THE PATH.
    2:47:28 - Closing Gratitude.

    • 2 hrs 50 min

Customer Reviews

JakubD1990 ,

The review

Hi Jocko,
First let me introduce myself a little bit to give you my background that helps explain why I love your podcast so much.
Im 28yo from Prague, Czech Republic and I consider myself as one of the bigest NSW fan in my country. Since I was young, I have had 2 hobbies, military and history, that later fused into military history hobby. And this is a great part of your podcast and first reason why I love your podcast.
Since I was 5 years old I played tennis. For almost 20 years I played tournaments and reached first league in my country and played it for several years. When I started working 9 to 6 job I had to find new sport as my body is used to be active and getting after it. My father has always turned me away from martial arts because of its danger, however one day friend of mine joined the clases of japanese jiujitsu and he persuaded me to try it. Then I practiced it for almost a year. At that time I was already listening to your podcast, listening your BJJ experiences. For me the BJJ was just a class that took place after my japanese jiu jitsu at that time. However with every new podcast you released I realised I had to try BJJ. So I attended the BJJ class at local Gracie-certified BJJ university. Although I had no idea how to do even basic movement drills and later I got owned during sparrings, I felt in love with BJJ. Now with almost 2 years of practising BJJ I am fresh three-stripe white belt and I am having so much fun although I am still getting tapped out at advanced classes I can attend now. So BJJ is another reason why I love your podcast.
As I said, 2 years ago I started working 9 to 6 office job in a big company and I am enjoying it. I am in a 10-person team and thanks to your podcast I can see better interpersonal relationships and apply almost everything you are talking about. So far it really helps my carrier to grow....boom, another points for your podcast.
Next, I always liked foreing languages, especially spanish and english. As I work in mexican export department I get to use my spanish on a daily basis. And thanks to your podcast/books I am also able to practice listening, vocabulary and grammar of english. Yet another point for your podcast.
Ultimately, I just want to be better person - in the job, on the mats, at the gym, as a husband, as a future father...as a human. And your podcasts (and your books and suplements) are the best guide how to reach that goal.
With all that said, Jocko, sir, thank you for your service, thank you for your podcast.
Also, thanks to Echo (he looks JAAACKED!!!).
Thank you and have a nice day!
Jakub D.

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