- Post Type: Backblast
- When: 03/26/2023
- AO: Coconut Horse
- QIC: Hunchback, Whoopee (R)
- PAX: Flintstone, Amazon, Scrat for beatdown and Stroganoff (R), Defib (R), Maybelline joined for Q source
The Mortimer survivors came out to Coconut Horse for QSource to share their tales of woe and show what high impact men F3 are all about. Flintstone didn’t get enough of 20+ miles of mountains this weekend and joined the ruck with Amazon, YHC, and Scrat for the hills of Heatherloch. No one ran (with a good excuse).
Announcements: April 1, 6:30am QvsQ Championships at Folsom, 7:00am PainLab workout in right field at CaroMont Health Park, 9:00am Community Foundation Run/Speed for Need. No GasHouse/PainLab at the Schiele. April 8, 6:30am OCR (Obstacle Course Race) at Folsom.
Wrapped up Extreme Ownership QSource book with the final chapter on The Dichotomy of Leadership (which the full book will be the next QSource). Cliff notes on the chapter below. Buy or download from your favorite bookstore and join us Sunday mornings.
The Dichotomy of Leadership
A good leader must be:
• confident but not cocky;
• courageous but not foolhardy;
• competitive but a gracious loser;
• attentive to details but not obsessed by them;
• strong but have endurance;
• a leader and follower;
• humble not passive;
• aggressive not overbearing;
• quiet not silent;
• calm but not robotic, logical but not devoid of emotions;
• close with the troops but not so close that one becomes more important than another or more important than the good of the team; not so close that they forget who is in charge.
• able to execute Extreme Ownership, while exercising Decentralized Command. A good leader has nothing to prove, but everything to prove.
Willink, Jocko; Babin, Leif. Extreme Ownership (pp. 277-278). St. Martin’s Publishing Group. Kindle Edition.
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