Everything Is Your Fault

This is one of the simplest principles you need to follow to be a better leader

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There are no bad teams, only bad leaders

Leif Babin tells the story of two teams performing boat races during the “Hell Week” of the Navy SEAL training program.

Extreme Ownership

The core of Extreme Ownership lies in focusing on what you can do better and keep improving. It’s not about blaming anyone else but you.

Conclusions

Extreme Ownership has been a useful principle for me. Not only when it comes to leadership, but in many situations of my life.

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