Book of the week: The Dichotomy of Leadership





“There is no growth in the comfort zone.” ⁠ ― Jocko Willink, The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win⁠ #⁠ “When a leader takes too much ownership, there is no ownership left for the team or subordinate leaders to take. So the team loses initiative, they lose momentum, they won't make any decision, they just sit around and wait to be told what to do.” ⁠ ― Jocko Willink, The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win⁠ #⁠ “So what does it take to win? Yes, you have to be determined. Yes, you have to be driven. Yes, you must have the unconquerable will to win. But to really win, to truly win at all cost, requires more flexibility, more creativity, more adaptability, more compromise, and more humility than most people ever realize. That is what it takes to win.” ⁠ ― Jocko Willink, The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win⁠ #⁠ “So as a leader it is critical to balance the strict discipline of standard procedures with the freedom to adapt, adjust, and manoeuvre to do what is best to support the overarching commander's intent and achieve victory. For leaders, in combat, business, and life, be disciplined, but not rigid.” ⁠ ― Jocko Willink, The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win⁠ #⁠ Read it. Know when to lead and when to follow. This is a must read book for everyone! ⁠ #⁠ Looking for a really interesting read? This one's for you!⁠ #⁠ I'm going to bring you 52 books in 52 weeks ⁠(I'm going to catch up! I'm a little behind)⁠ #⠀⁠ Book of the week (40 of 52): Dichotomy of Leadership⁠ #⠀⁠ Read it.⁠ #bookoftheweek⠀⁠ #mindset⠀⁠ #improveperformance⠀⁠ #getsmarter⠀⁠ #getbetter⠀⁠ #improveyourlife⠀⁠ #youshouldread⠀⁠ #Ifyoudontlikereadingthanlisten⠀⁠ #bookclub



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