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Jocko Willink and Leif Babin

How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win

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Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin is a leadership guide that teaches readers how to take full responsibility for their actions and achieve success through discipline and teamwork.

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    Leading a team to success means taking responsibility for each and every one of its failures.

    In 2012, one of the authors, Jocko Willink, was in Ramadi, Iraq, as a SEAL task unit commander when his unit was met with heavy fire from what was assumed to be the mujahedeen, or enemy insurgents. But as it turned out, it wasn’t the mujahadeen at all; it was another SEAL unit and, in the chaos of the friendly fire, a soldier lost his life.

    As the ranking officer in the operation, there was only one thing Willink was certain of: everything that went wrong was his responsibility. And guess what? By taking ownership of this horrible event, he actually saved his job.

    That’s because his superiors knew what lots of business leaders don’t: every leader makes mistakes, but only the good ones take responsibility for them. That’s why he was allowed to keep command of his unit.

    The importance of the commander’s attitude can also be seen during the worst-case-scenario trainings that SEAL teams undergo. The majority of units that underperform during such operations have leaders who blame either the scenario, their subordinates or the troops themselves. In other words, by refusing to take responsibility, they fail their missions.

    On the other hand, the SEAL units that perform the best in training are led by commanders who readily shoulder blame, seek out constructive criticism and take detailed notes on how to improve.

    When leaders fail to take responsibility, the consequences can be far-reaching. For instance, in Willink’s experience, when a poor SEAL leader blames everyone but himself, that bad attitude is passed on to his subordinates who then do the same. This results in the team becoming ineffectual and incapable of carrying out their plans.

    Such a team just makes excuses and passes the buck, instead of adjusting to and solving the problems that inevitably arise. By the same token, the subordinates of leaders who take total responsibility emulate that behavior themselves. As a result, accountability and initiative spread all the way down the chain of command.

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    Worum geht es in Extreme Ownership?

    Extreme Ownership (2015) is about how Navy SEAL Team commanders lead. These blinks discuss the complex, life-and-death combat situations that Navy SEALs often have to deal with and how you can apply their skills in the world of business.

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    Extreme Ownership (2015) demonstrates how taking complete responsibility for every aspect of life can lead to success. This book stands out because:

    • It draws on the authors' experiences as Navy SEALs, providing real-life examples of effective leadership strategies.
  • The book emphasizes the importance of discipline, accountability, and teamwork in achieving goals.
  • Its principles are applicable to both personal and professional situations, making it a versatile read.

    Embrace the power of Extreme Ownership and transform your leadership skills.
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    Dont ask your leader what you should do, tell them what you are going to do.

    —Jocko Willink and Leif Babin
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    Wer Extreme Ownership lesen sollte

    • Young entrepreneurs, managers and business leaders
    • Readers interested in military leadership and tactics
    • Anyone interested in improving their leadership skills

    Über den Autor

    The authors served as Navy SEAL officers during the Battle of Ramadi, in Iraq, leading what would become the most highly decorated special-operations unit in the Iraq War. They now run a leadership consulting firm that teaches business leaders how to build their own high-performance teams.

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    Extreme Ownership FAQs 

    What is the main message of Extreme Ownership?

    The main message of Extreme Ownership is to take full responsibility for your actions and lead with discipline and teamwork.

    How long does it take to read Extreme Ownership?

    The estimated reading time for Extreme Ownership is 7-9 hours. The Blinkist summary takes about 15 minutes to read.

    Is Extreme Ownership a good book? Is it worth reading?

    Extreme Ownership is worth reading for its valuable leadership lessons and real-life examples from Navy SEALs.

    Who is the author of Extreme Ownership?

    The authors of Extreme Ownership are Jocko Willink and Leif Babin.

    How many chapters are in Extreme Ownership?

    There are 12 chapters in Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink and Leif Babin. The chapters are: Part I: Winning the War Within -
    1. Extreme Ownership
    2. No Bad Teams, Only Bad Leaders
    3. Believe
    4. Check the Ego; Part II: Laws of Combat -
    5. Cover and Move
    6. Simple
    7. Prioritize and Execute
    8. Decentralized Command; Part III: Sustaining Victory -
    9. Plan
    10. Leading Up and Down the Chain of Command
    11. Decisiveness amid Uncertainty
    12. Discipline Equals Freedom - The Dichotomy of Leadership.

    How many pages are in Extreme Ownership?

    There are 320 pages in Extreme Ownership.

    When was Extreme Ownership published?

    Extreme Ownership was published in 2015.

    What to read after Extreme Ownership?

    If you're wondering what to read next after Extreme Ownership, here are some recommendations we suggest:
    • The Dichotomy of Leadership by Jocko Willink & Leif Babin
    • Leadership Strategy and Tactics by Jocko Willink
    • Discipline Equals Freedom by Jocko Willink
    • Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek
    • Raising Men by Eric Davis
    • The Personal MBA by Josh Kaufman
    • The Way of the SEAL by Mark Divine
    • The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber
    • Ego is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday
    • Sapiens by Yuval Noah Harari