75: Guidelines for Leadership are Honesty, Dependability, Discipline and Fairness. “Conversations w/ Dick Winters”

0:00:00 – Opening

0:03:19 – “Conversations With Dick Winters”, by Dick Winters.

0:06:26 – Dick Winters’s take on detaching the situation for a beneficial and accurate overview.

0:13:12 – Leadership: Discipline.

0:23:16 – Leadership: Honesty, Dependability, Fairness, and Presence.

1:443:49 – Understanding Others.

1:52:05 – Take-aways from Dick Winters.

2:00:47 – Closing: Life can be hard and beautiful.

2:19:16 –¬†Support, Cool Onnit, Amazon, JockoStore stuff, with Jocko White Tea and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes). Extreme Ownership (book), (Jocko’s Kids’ Book) Way of the Warrior Kid, and The Muster¬†003.

2:56:55 – Closing Gratitude.

5 thoughts on “75: Guidelines for Leadership are Honesty, Dependability, Discipline and Fairness. “Conversations w/ Dick Winters””

  1. I listened to your recent podcast on Joe Rogans show…since then I have started following you as well. I like the way you think. I have been going to your website to listen but I was wondering if their is a more efficient way to listen. My only issue is I can’t close my safari to do anything else without it pausing your podcast.

  2. Jocko,

    Please list three (non-military) people who you’ve learned pragmatic leadership wisdom from, and then discuss how that wisdom impacted you?

    Justin Kuhns
    USAF ’96-’06

  3. Jocko,

    Thanks for this Episode. It was helpful for me this week, to stop complaining and Get After It.

    I have a question:

    I’ve found myself recently resenting those unwilling to make similar sacrifices to those I’ve made in my life.

    I’m not in a position to leave my organization at the moment, and I’m constantly in an uphill battle because I share the field with teammates who are less committed. Our Team results this year have been less than stellar and it comes from a lack of a high standard of performance across the board.

    How do you come to be comfortable with the lack of discipline and mediocrity around you?

    What advice do you have for someone who’s not at the top of the chain, and cannot institute swift monumental change on a large scale?

    I’m getting frustrated as I’m constantly growing, learning and changing (thanks for your help) and not seeing outstanding results.


  4. At about 2:00 to 2:04 you talke about stepping back and seeing life without our intervention, detached. This bit is such useful general life advice put so clearly. Thank you.

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