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Dichotomy of Leadership is the follow up book to the excellent "Extreme Ownership" title. This time Jocko and Leif share their experience on how to apply balance to the lessons learned in Extreme Ownership, and why those lessons must be applied with balance in order to get the benefit from them. The layout is similar to the previous book in that each chapter starts with the combat experience, then the princle learned and finally the civillian world application of that principle.
I really enjoyed this book and both books have brought a lot of clarity and improvement to my decisions in life.
Building on the thoughts shared in "Extreme Ownership", the authors dive deeper into the craft of leadership. Exploring the extremes of each facet of leadership with impactful stories from their service and business customers.
Deep concepts of leadership leap from the page in Technicolor thanks to the plain speaking and passionate writing style.
Thoroughly enjoyable treatise with a huge amount of highly practical advice. Outstanding job. Highly recommended.
I have heard of Jocko's podcasts and remember he mentioned about this book. I was very skeptical at the beginning but I'm happy to be proven wrong and truly can't state the importance of this book. In the end, I'm glad I got the book that gives me the knowledge to assist me in my professional life.
cant fault this. Well worth reading in conjunction with Extreme Ownership. It really is a reminder of the core leadership qualities and what it means to put them into action. Very good. Preferred it as an audio book.
Books and podcasts are high quality material for the insightful interested party. There is a tremendous amount to be learned by the genuinely curious. This is a non trivial subject. Best leaderships books out there. Try Turn the Ship around, which will echo (pun intended) the key concepts here, which are of course timeless.