It's incumbent on a book titled "How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action" that the book itself should in someway inspire. I hardly made it into this before I felt compelled to listen to something else. Repetitive and un-inspirational. Maybe it was the read or the content. Regardless it was not for me.
Bear Grylls is human he just tries harder and never gives up.
A completely honest and inspirational listen.
Climbing Everest. Always thought it was something that I might want to do. It no longer is.
This book made me late for work many times as I sat in my car not wanting to stop the adventure.
Chris is a guy you are going love or hate or possibly both in equal measure. In truth war is hell but if your there you want a guy like him covering your butt!
Chris spells out what war is for him and put simply it's killing bad guys so they don't kill you or your friends and family back home.
If you have preconceived ideas on the war in Iraq, the people fighting on both sides and what it is to be a Navy Seal then prepare to be challenged.
John Pruden's narration helps elevate the story even more.
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