Jocko Willink was a Navy SEAL for twenty years, rising through the ranks to become the commander of Task Unit Bruiser - the most decorated Special Operations Unit of the Iraq War. After retiring, Jocko continued on the disciplined path of success, co-founding Echelon Front, a multi-million-dollar leadership and management consulting company, writing the New York Times bestsellers Extreme Ownership and Discipline Equals Freedom and the children's book Way of the Warrior Kid, and creating one of the top-ranking podcasts, Jocko Podcast.
Until this point in my life, I've never read a book that reveals
the truths of leadership in such detail and rawness. The true value
of this book cannot be quantified in words -- Pete Roberts,
co-founder and CEO of Origin Maine USA, on The Dichotomy of
The Dichotomy of Leadership needs to come with a warning label: BRUTALLY HONEST. Finally, a book that tells the truth on how hard and complex it can be to tackle leadership challenges -- Lindi Horton, Director of Cloud Services, Cyber Security Company
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The Dichotomy of Leadership provides even more depth and dimension to the principles of Extreme Ownership -- Sonja Winkler, Senior Director of Operations, Nashville Symphony