Leaders Eat Last Quotes

Simon Sinek
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There are fates worse than death. One fate worse than death is accidentally killing your own men. Another fate worse than death is going home alive when twenty-two others don’t.
-- Johnny Bravo (Chapter 1 paragraph Page 9)

Importance: The pilot of an A10 Plane breaks through the cloud cover so he can visually understand how the men on the ground on that dark night Afghanistan were faring. He felt a responsibility to be part of the dangerous raid that was targeting a high value target in 2002.

So what is the price we pay for not demanding that our leaders concern themselves with our well-being? We are not, as we think, putting up with miserable so that we may provide for our children. By putting up with miserable we may be doing them harm.
-- Author (Chapter 4 paragraph Page 34)

Importance: It’s a misperception that an individual who hates his job is doing so for the sake of his family. Studies show that children...

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