Watch this awesome video with Jocko Willink talking about how to create a default mindset of how to thinking like a leader and, in Jocko’s words, “Always have leadership on the front of your mind.”
How do you do this already?
If becoming a leader is something you want to start having as your own default mindset. How can you start being a leader in little, everyday situations to keep the habit going?
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Jocko Willink is a retired Navy SEAL officer, author, and podcaster. He served in the U.S. Navy for 20 years, during which he led SEAL Team Three’s Task Unit Bruiser in the Iraq War. After retiring from the military, he co-founded Echelon Front, a leadership and management consulting company, and has since become a sought-after speaker and leadership coach.
He is also the host of the popular Jocko Podcast, where he discusses topics such as leadership, discipline, and personal development. Willink has authored several books, including “Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win,” “Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual,” and “The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win.”
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Question: I read you went through BUDS twice. What did you learn the first time and what made it easier the second time around?
Answer: I had to completely change up my training the second time I went through BUDS. The first time through I had trained all the wrong ways as I lifted weights and had not ran over 3 miles. I was good at doing the obstacle course but sucked at long runs. I changed all of my training after that.
Check out this article–Mistakes I Made Training for BUDS and How I Corrected Them.
Question: I notice in a lot of your training posts you have sprints and other HIIT workouts. How come if when you’re a SEAL or Ranger you’re mostly rucking all the time and going slow?
Answer: Helps with stamina and durability. Check out this article by SGPT Guest Coach Brandon Richey: Speed for Tactical Performance.