All posts by Echo

140: “If”, by Rudyard Kipling: Analyzed. Not Liking to Fight. Personal Intelligence. Giving Tactful Feedback.


0:00:00 – Opening: “If”, by Rudyard Kipling.

1:06:26 – Are you less of a man if you don’t like to fight?

1:15:37 – Personal intelligence VS Physical Prowess.

1:19:33 – How to give tactful criticism.

1:28:06 – Best way to combine striking and grappling.

1:40:51 – How to deal when someone is fired and you disagree with that decision.

1:48:16 – Is it always bad to be a little unapproachable?

1:50:34 – What to do if you’re ever BROKEN.

1:54:50 – Support.

2:27:18 – Closing Gratitude.

 

138: The Dichotomy Of Leadership with Leif Babin. Self Control, and How to Find The Balance.

0:00:00 – Opening

0:08:10 – The Dichotomy of Leadership with Leif Babin

1:07:37 – Self control and When to raise your voice.

1:11:10 – Ensuring success when working with Iraq Troops.

1:21:23 – Balancing giving clear direction and talking too much.

1:25:48 – IN n’ Out VS What a Burger.

1:27:42 – Teaching Jiu Jitsu white belts “dangerous” techniques.

1:35:23 – Is the Muster for older people, too?

1:36:33 – Are big group meetings less productive than smaller group meetings?

1:43:29 – How to mediate upper management and front line troops at work.

1:49:17 – Avoiding isolation of leadership.

1:56:21 – What has change for Leif and Jocko from the time Extreme Ownership was written until now?

2:02:23 – Support.

2:35:58 – Closing Gratitude.