The Code. the Evaluation. the Protocols: Striving to Become an Eminently Qualified Human
By Jocko Willink with Dave Berke and Sarah Armstrong
The Code. The Evaluation. The Protocols
How can you best strive to become an Eminently Qualified Human? How will you hold yourself to the highest possible standard in life? How do you become a better father, mother, husband, wife, son, daughter, public servant, role model, and leader? The answer: through Unmitigated Daily Discipline in all things.
But The Path is difficult, even impossible, if you do not understand what standards to aspire to or how to hold yourself accountable during the journey. With The Code. The Evaluation. The Protocols. retired Navy SEAL and New York Times best-selling author, Jocko Willink provides readers with the essential handbook for grading performance across all of life’s responsibilities, including health, physical fitness, personal conduct, professional conduct, character, leadership, relationships, finance and emergency preparedness.
• CLEAR STRATEGIES to prepare you for your own personal journey toward becoming an Eminently Qualified Human
• STRAIGHT-FORWARD TACTICS to prepare your body, mind, and attitude for whatever life throws at you—whether it’s a desire for self-optimization or a need to deal with personal loss, financial hardship, or unexpected tragedies and disasters
• POWERFUL TOOLS to create honest self-evaluation across every behavior, every action, and every personal goal, both for the short term and the long term
• UNIVERSAL SOLUTIONS that can be applied to anyone, regardless of age, health, status, or gender
This is not about self-help life hacks. This is a book about standards. Standards you set for yourself. Standards you knowingly may never achieve but strive to reach regardless. The reality is, it’s impossible to measure up to the highest standards in life. No one can truly become an Eminently Qualified Human, but should you be satisfied with just “getting by?” Should underachieving be an option in life? If you fall short of your goals today should you give up on them tomorrow? No. You should grab ahold of The Code. The Evaluation. The Protocols and get on The Path of Unmitigated Daily Discipline in all things.