119: A Detailed Guide How to Live Life The Gentle Way. “Mind Over Muscle”, by Jigoro Kano

0:00:00 – Opening: Last moments before a plane crash on Sept 11th. Excerpt from “The 11th Day”, by Anthony Summers and Robbyn Swan.

0:19:48 – “Mind Over Muscle: Writings From The Founder of Judo”, by Jigoro Kano.

2:12:30 – Final Thoughts and Take-Aways.

2:25:18 – 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.

2:57:56 – Closing Gratitude.

5 thoughts on “119: A Detailed Guide How to Live Life The Gentle Way. “Mind Over Muscle”, by Jigoro Kano”

  1. Hey Jocko not sure if this is the right place to post the question so sorry in advance. I love your show and recommend it to all my buddy’s, favorite part is when you’re reading the books and commenting on them, please don’t stop doing that. Anyway I never do this but after listening to this podcast I got a question I would want your take on. I want too see what is your take on Russian president Vladimir Putin, from what I hear he’s big into judo so hence the question and I’m not sure what to think of him. He’s portrayed by western media as a ruthless power hungry leader. Last article I read in Times magazine said that he only portrays that Russian is doing great but in reality he’s done more harm then good because of his short sightedness. Looking at Russian economy from my perspective it’s doing a much better then it did when he became a leader, also their geo political game seems to be getting better . I watched a bunch of interviews of him and he looks like he knows his stuff. The ones with Megyn Kelly is the most entertaining and NBC’s editing screams propaganda. So is he truely a bad guy or that’s just how the media makes him out to be.

  2. The term Judo was started due to pressure from the govt at the time to differentiate japan from her past.

  3. Waiting on this one in the mail. Thank you & keep up the hard work on this podcast. LoTs of us thank you

  4. Thanks for your content. Its now my daily listen on my way to work. I saw a TED speech of Jocko on Ownership and did a bit of research. Long story short, I’m halfway through Extreme Ownership and working my way through my Field Manual!

    One point I thought about during this podcast was when Echo was talking about having the knowledge but not necessarily putting into practive in our daily lives. A quote of Stephen Covey from his book – 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, is “To know and not to do is really not to know”

    Just thought I’d shoot a quick message of appreciation and also a little quote across.

    Hope you see this message and thanks again for the Podcast – its awesome stuff

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