118: Always Find A Mission. And Win. With Dan Crenshaw

0:00:00 – Opening

0:03:25 – Dan Crenshaw

0:26:06 – Getting Hit with an IED.

0:44:06 – The next mission: Politics.

1:04:38 – Support:  JockoStore stuff, Super Krill Oil and Joint Warfare and Discipline Pre-Mission, THE MUSTER 005 in DCOrigin Brand Apparel and Jocko Gi, with Jocko White Tea,  Onnit Fitness stuff, and Psychological Warfare (on iTunes)Extreme Ownership (book), Way of The Warrior Kid 2: Marc’s MissionThe Discipline Equals Freedom Field Manual, and Jocko Soap.

1:51:50 – Closing Gratitude.

 

3 thoughts on “118: Always Find A Mission. And Win. With Dan Crenshaw”

  1. Jocko,

    I have just recently started listening to the podcast and I’m doing my best to get on the path. I have gone through life so far with multiple up and down swings with exercise and self-discipline. At the age of 36, I truly want to dedicate myself to getting and staying on the path. My question is not for me though, it is for my children. I am fortunate to be the father of two wonderful daughters. I plan to order Way of the Warrior Kid and incorporate it into their reading. I was wondering, however, have you ever considered making an edition of the book from a female perspective? Obviously, the lessons and values would remain the same, but being able to identify with the main character is something that I think resonates with children and I am sure there are a lot of people out there in similar parent circumstances (i.e. daughter households) that would opt for such an edition if it existed. Just a thought. Again, I really appreciate the podcast and I look forward to every episode.

  2. Speaking of morning routine and gettin some fluids into the machine, my way is to have lukewarm water with lemon juice and spoon of honey, that is what I call a proper starter for a day… love the podcast! Regards, a fan from Czech Republic!

  3. Dear Jocko, I am 22. I successfully own and operate a Landscape design company out of Chicago. I have almost completed an associates in Fire Science and am on the track to securing a full time job as a fire fighter/paramedic in the very near future. I love what I do now and am confident and driven however, since I graduated high school my passion has been (or at least what I believe I to to be) to become a Navy SEAL. I have talked to recruiters in the past about special warfare and other Specops oppurtunities and want to know what advice you have for someone in my situation trying to make that ultimate decision. Thank you for your time.

    Respectully,

    Nathan Debs

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