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Summary: Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual

Narrated by: William Bahl
Length: 1 hr and 21 mins
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Summary

Disclaimer: This is a summary and not the original book.

In order to achieve freedom in all aspect of our lives, we must constantly practice mental and physical discipline. 

Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual is exactly that - a manual which gives us clear steps to follow in order to become stronger, smarter, faster, and healthier.

Note: This summary is wholly written and published by readtrepreneur.com It is not affiliated with the original author in any way.

“Don’t let your mind control you. Control your mind.” - Jocko Willink 

As a former member of the SEAL Team, which is considered to be the most disciplined and advanced military unit in the world, Jocko Willink created an infallible system which has helped countless people introduce discipline in their daily lives. This New York Times best seller provides strategies and tactics for reaching mental discipline as well as detailed workout routines, food intake recommendations and advice on sleep habits. Follow Jocko’s advice and see yourself conquering weakness, procrastination, and fear in record time.

Jocko Willink believes that the key ingredient in overcoming your obstacles and reaching your goals is discipline. By disciplining your mind and body, you will be able to achieve true freedom. 

P.S. Discipline Equals Freedom: Field Manual is an extremely useful book that will help in getting your life together. It provides methods that make tasks seem more doable, ensuring that you meet your goals. 

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  • MonstaMoment
  • 18-08-18

I want the unabridged version read by the author.

I just want the unabridged version read by thur author; nuff said. Why does this need at least fifteen words.

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  • AL
  • 09-01-18

Worst Narration I've EVER heard..

I absolutely love the work of Jocko Willink. He is motivating, inspiring, and a BadAss. I have listened to a 24-hour audiobook in the past, so patience is not the issue here. I bought this for $5 and deleted after 30 seconds in! The narrator sounds as if the robot on the old movie theater hotline were trying it's hardest to be a person. The inflection, pace, and tone is utterly unbearable. Again, much love to Jocko and I hope to read the actual book soon. I only bought the summary because I cannot find the original on audible.com.

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  • GuamUsa65
  • 10-08-18

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I listened to Jocko's Extreme Ownership and loved it.....this one is hard to follow as well as listen to

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 28-07-18

terrible

this is a horrible rendition of a great book. the reader of most likely a computer and a terrible job. I do not recommend this although the book Discipline equals freedoms is life changing

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  • Shawn Thompson
  • 28-01-18

Excellent summary.

Loved the book. A must buy and read, digest and apply the principles to your everyday life. Just DO!

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  • Mark E Nichols
  • 21-08-18

This is Horrible!

A mistaken purchase. It is read by an emotionless robot, that does not do justice to how Jocko Willink embodies any of his content. It is a disservice at best. I want my credit back.

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  • derazz
  • 07-12-18

Bestows A Few ideas on Discipline and Decay

Bestowed a few ideas on Discipline and Decay and makes you think of it in terms of how the navy seals practice it.

a few book references were thrown in for further reading on the subject. The central tenet of the book is Discipline equals freedom. There is a missing piece on : Goals, Mission and Vision which drive the Discipline piece, as part of a greater Time management whole; but perhaps that would be considered out of scope for the book.

Personally, I think chapter 8 of the audio book ( on exercise combos) was unnecessary and could have been shortened.

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  • Ed
  • 28-10-18

Hit some good points

hit some good points but the reader was very monotoned idk if it was on purpose but all in all a good read

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 07-10-18

Narrator killed it from me

I am a big fan of Jocko mostly because of his direct no bull shit approach to everything and that’s what I got this book. After hearing the first chapter, I couldn’t continue anymore. The narrator reads the book as if he is trying to sell me something, it almost feels like an infomercial. Really hard to hear specially after I already heard Jock narrate his last book extreme ownership and several of his podcast. I don’t doubt this audiobook is filled with good stuff but unfortunately you have to get passed the silly narration voice.

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  • MGP
  • 17-09-18

Didn't like the reader's voice

Other than the reader's voice, I didn't have much to complain about, given that this is a summary and not the full-length book.