The Dichotomy of Leadership: Balancing the Challenges of Extreme Ownership to Lead and Win

Just as discipline and freedom are opposing forces that must be balanced, leadership requires finding the equilibrium in the dichotomy of many seemingly contradictory qualities between one extreme and another.

  • A leader must lead but also be ready to follow.
  • A leader must be aggressive but not overbearing.
  • A leader must be calm but not robotic.
  • A leader must be confident but never cocky.
  • A leader must be brave but not foolhardy.
  • A leader must be humble but not passive; quiet but not silent.
  • A leader must be attentive to details but not obsessed with them.
  • A leader must be close with subordinates but not too close.

The Laws of Human Nature

Robert Greene is one of the world’s most dedicated writers on how to get along with others and yourself. I strongly suggest becoming a student of human nature. It will change your entire reality. The more you can learn about how the human mind works, the more you can be aware of how your actions influence others.

27: Corey Philip: Clarity + Consistency = Success

Nitch Radio Ep. 27

Corey Philip Clarity + Consistency = Success EPISODE 27 – September 23, 2018 I’m excited to introduce an amazing entrepreneur and human being, Corey Philip to the podcast. Corey is the co-founder of his contacting business Gulf Coast Aluminum and operator of his blog – HomeProSuccess.com. 

12 Rules For Life: An Antidote to Chaos

12 Rules for Life is an interesting book. Equal parts philosophy, psychology, and self-help book, it covers a broad range of topics, with Peterson drawing from life experiences, religion, and history to build a strong case for his points and provide what seems on its surface to be very good advice for people.

I’ll give you Rule #1: Stand up straight with your shoulders back (make your body/mind honest, straight and strong). Purchase the book to understand all of them.