Hailed by INC. magazine as "America's toughest CEO coach", retired Navy SEAL Rob Roy teams with former national security correspondent Chris Lawson to pen this innovative guide on leadership. The Navy SEAL Art of War explores how battle-tested skills employed by SEAL teams can translate to the boardroom, helping leaders of all stripes thrive when the pressure is on.
©2015 Rob Roy (P)2015 Recorded Books
This is a book of strategy that never happens. the author even states that "good things happen to good people."
I won't go into my personal experience, but let's just say that I disagree. And that's why I read books about strategy- which this isn't.
It's just more fluff put out by yet another former navy seal who is using that title to sell books. there is nothing worthwhile in this book that hasn't been said before or better by the likes of everyone from Dale Carnegie to Zig Ziglar.
Skip it. read Robert Green, instead.
I was in the Navy during Vietnam and understand how important it is go the extra mile for your shipmates and your ship. You can find that inner strength. This book does a great job of explaining that.
Yes. I plan on listening to it again, ordering hard copies and utilizing it for development and training for my company.
Thank you for sharing your stories and candor.
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