- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 13285 KB
- Print Length: 189 pages
- Publisher: St. Martin's Press; 1 edition (17 October 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
- Language: English
- ASIN: B06XB9HQMN
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 2,241 customer ratings
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,231 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual Kindle Edition
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1. The book is not delivered in a good condition - creases on the cover, pages easily falling out.
2. Content per page is very less. The text size is bloated to achieve 200 pages.
3. It sure is worth paying for, but not so much. I would have been happier if the publisher put the content in black text on white paper, reduced font size to save some printing money.
It looks and feels like a field manual, if that's a plus for you. I would recommend you take an eBook if it is coming for a lesser cost.
This book in itself is complete pack of jet fuel
I never tells you right or wrong instead that's you
But I has got so many examples of scenario so that you will fit in any one
And there the journey of analysis starts
Best part of the book was
You just need two things to make any thing possible I.e., emotion and logic both should work together for common goal
Then came this book on discipline. And this is the sole entrant and creator of the "The publishers pranked you" category.
There is nothing here. This book is just images with text in font 72 repeating generic items such as "Work hard" / "Hard work is good".
Is this a coffee table book? Is it a motivational book? Is there a secret message here which I'll be explained later in life by an ascetic when I make an impromptu trip to the Himalayas? Is it a prank? are just some of the questions you will be faced with when you spend a little over 7 minutes with this book.
Personally, I believe that discipline equals freedom is not a book that you'd want to just sit down and enjoy reading while having your coffee, its moreover a book that you're supposed to read when you feel that you don't want to continue doing your work. I highly recommend you to put it on your desk, and open any random page and start reading when you feel like lying in bed and leaving everything for 'tomorrow'
B) The pages started coming out within 5 days as the book is poor made with probably low quality glue or just poor manufacturing itself.
I like and most importantly respect Jocko. I even like the contents of the book so far. This review is only diss about the maker of this book. Very, very poor.
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Aaaaannnddd.... podcasts! Go listen to some of his podcasts!!!
The book is great, especially the workouts, and it feels like Jocko in a book. Black pages with white writing. Images of guys doing BJJ. Just has that meaty feel to it.
But it is padded out. At 199 pages, unless you want to get into the workouts. Or you have just never listened to Jocko then it is worth it.
Otherwise save your money and just listen to the podcast. it would be hard for any book to do the machine that is Jocko Willinck justice.
I have personally applied certain lessons into my life with astounding results: i get up earlier, go more exercise and even have a better job!
“Sugarcoated lies” - is a particular favourite section of mine, it’s epic
In short, buy it, read it, live it and starting go getting some
If you have lost your way this will help you back on the path, the warpath.
So thanks for helping me just stop thinking about it and do it.
In some ways it is a summary of the advice given in the Jocko podcast. But if you want to get great advice from Jocko without having to listen to the podcast then this is a very good book for that.
It’s pure motivation.
It doesn’t say anything new, I mean if you listen his podcasts then you know any info of this book!
BUT it’s really different to hold all this knowledge on your hands and every time when you feel unmotivated to run and read the right page to motivate you.
It’s also really easy to read it and clear!