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Resilience Letter 1 Your Frontline 1Letter 2 Why Resilience 8Letter 3 What is Resilience 19Letter 4 Beginning 32Letter 5 Happiness 49Letter 6 Models 66Letter 7 Identity 79Letter 8 Habits 95Letter 9 Responsibility 106Letter 10 Vocation 115Letter 11 Philosophy 129Letter 12 Practice 147Letter 13 Pain 157 Letter 14 Mastering Pain 168Letter 15 Reflection 192Letter 16 Friends 208Letter 17 Mentors 220Letter 18 Teams 238Letter 19 Leadership 244Letter 20 Fr Letter 1 Your Frontline 1Letter 2 Why Resilience Before you read another word of this, go buy this book, bring it into your home and read it, or maybe read it in the bookstore, or read it on your tablet, or have someone read it to you Just read it Then sit quietly for a moment, and read it again OK, I haven t quite done this part yet, but I m bound to do it at least once every year I swear there is something of note, a parable, a lesson, an action to do, on every page of this book.This book has entered into my list of favorite books Ther Before you read another word of this, go buy this book, bring it into your home and read it, or maybe read it in the bookstore, or read it on your tablet, or have someone read it to you Just read it Then sit quietly for a moment, and read it again OK, I haven t quite done this part yet, but I m bound to do it at least once every year I swear there is something of note, a parable, a lesson, an action to do, on every page of this book.This book has entered into my list of favorite books There are so many dog ears that I m sure the second time through I ll have to expand my thoughts by scribbling and writing in the margins What Eric writes is timeless, it s clear, it s universal It s like having the best counsil from the last 3000 years in one book Consolidated life lessons and advice from great thinkers, politicians, poets, Warriors, Holocaust survivors and many others whose lives were not straight forward endeavors All of this is easily accessible in very huma You Cannot Bounce Back From Hardship You Can Only Move Through It There Is A Path Through Pain To Wisdom, Through Suffering To Strength, And Through Fear To Courage If We Have The Virtue Of Resilience.In 2012, Eric Greitens Unexpectedly Heard From A Former SEAL Comrade, A Brother In Arms He Hadn T Seen In A Decade Zach Walker Had Been One Of The Toughest Of The Tough But Ever Since He Returned Home From War To His Young Family In A Small Logging Town, He D Been Struggling Without A Sense Of Purpose, Plagued By PTSD, And Masking His Pain With Heavy Drinking, He Needed Help Zach And Eric Started Writing And Talking Nearly Every Day, As Eric Set Down His Thoughts On What It Takes To Build Resilience In Our Lives.Eric S Letters Drawing On Both His Own Experience And Wisdom From Ancient And Modern Thinkers Are Now Gathered And Edited Into This Timeless Guidebook Resilience Explains How We Can Build Purpose, Confront Pain, Practice Compassion, Develop A Vocation, Find A Mentor, Create Happiness, And Much Eric S Lessons Are Deep Yet Practical, And His Advice Leads To Clear Solutions.We All Face Pain, Difficulty, And Doubt But We Also Have The Tools To Take Control Of Our Lives Resilience Is An Inspiring Meditation For The Warrior In Each Of Us. Fantastic book by Navy Seal and PhD Eric Greitens, who also wrote The Heart and the Fist another recommended read and who has been named one of the most influential leaders in America.This book is packed with practical wisdom about how to best live one s life to ones fullest potential Greitens is obviously inspired by Marcus Aurelius Letters from a Stoic , and his books takes on a similar shape with the chapters consisting of a series of letters Greitens wrote to a navy seal friend of h Fantastic book by Navy Seal and PhD Eric Greitens, who also wrote The Heart and the Fist another recommended read and who has been named one of the most influential leaders in America.This book is packed with practical wisdom about how to best live one s life to ones fullest potential Greitens is obviously inspired by Marcus Aurelius Letters from a Stoic , and his books takes on a similar shape with the chapters consisting of a series of letters Greitens wrote to a navy seal friend of his, who after having served in many military missions and experienced a great deal of personal loss came to struggle greatly with what to do with and how to manage his life after service One of the key lessons of the book is that The format of the book follows a series of correspondence between two Navy Seals, back in the civilian world One is failing to cope, the other is trying to help The author s letters are filled with references to philosophy, poetry, and basic self help principles The core of the book revolves around the title as it s concept i.e the need for resilience I believe that the suggestions contained in the book could be extremely helpful for returning soldiers trying to re integrate into civili The format of the book follows a series of correspondence between two Navy Seals, back in the civilian world One is failing to cope, the other is trying to help The author s letters are filled with references to philosophy, poetry, and basic self help principles T This is the best book I ve read all year, and certainly one of the best I ve read in the last few This book offers a lot of wisdom for someone looking to engage life s challenges and grow along the way Greitens applies the principles he learned with the SEALS and timeless wisdom from Socrates to Seneca to Jesus to Nietzsche to the issues of enduring hardship, using pain constructively, becoming reflective, and practicing virtue in order to become what he calls the resilient person This is r This is the best book I ve read all year, and certainly one of the best I ve read in t One of my coworkers is a retired Marine turned lawyer He requested that I read this book He thoroughly enjoyed reading the author and Navy SEAL s take on being resilient to adversities.From my perspective, it was just another self help book I don t really care for them I tend to getout of an anecdote or history than I do from a philosophical soliloquy That s not a jibe at the author as he sounds like an amazing individual and a clearly a great patriot I just don t care for the book s One of my coworkers is a retired Marine turned lawyer He requested that I read this book He thoroughly enjoyed reading the author and Navy SEAL s take on being resilient to adversities.From my perspective, it was just another self help book I don t really care for them I tend to getout of an anecdote or history than I do from a philosophical soliloquy That s not a jibe at the author as he sounds like an amazing individual and a clearly a When I first started reading this book, I thought it would be the sort of book that would provide a look at resilience, at overcoming difficulty, and it did, in a manner of speaking This is a book where the structure of the book, as artificial and contrived as it is, is of the utmost importance The author is a retired Navy SEAL who finds great purpose in encouraging other veterans, and this book is written as a series of letters about various topics to a colleague of his who had left the servi When I first started reading this book, I thought it would be the sort of book that would provide a look at resilience, at overcoming difficulty, and it did, in a manner of speaking This is a book where the structure of the book, as artificial and contrived as it is, is of the utmost importance The author is a retired Navy SEAL who finds great purpose in encouraging other veterans, and this book is written as a series of letters about various topics to a colleague of his who had left the service with a diagnosis of PTSD 1 and fallen into alcoholism with the threat of jail and absence from his wife and young children The resulting book is a strange mixture of qualities, being both real in the sense that it represents a man to man talk about how to live life well despite one s traumas and wounds, and also un In a different time, a different place this would not be a 5 star book but for our culture and our time it is a reminder of virtues and values we have almost lost It takes the form of a series of letters from one former SEAL to another one suffering fro Fantastic book I would give it five stars but for the pervasive even men can read books and have feelings too theme I don t fault the author for weaving that into his otherwise really well written book since his target seems to be guys who believe being manly involves not reading or acknowledging emotions beyond anger but rather punching walls and kicking dogs For me, not being that way at all, that theme distracted and annoyed me Other than that I found the book well written and deeply th Fantastic


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