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Way of the Warrior Kid Symbols & Objects

Jocko Willink
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The Warrior Code

The code symbolizes the dedication a warrior has toward his specific goals, which vary depending on the warrior, the time, and the goals of the organization. Uncle Jake has a binder filled with codes from various organizations, and he urges Marc to create a code that works specifically for him.

Self-Discipline

Self-discipline symbolizes the ability to take action without anyone else forcing that action, with the events taking place because an individual sees the value in doing those things. Jake says that Marc has to have the self-discipline to get up early and devote himself to the regimen if he wants to have specific results at the end of the summer.

Pull-Ups

Pull-ups are symbolic of Marc's feeling that he is failing in all areas of his life. At school, Marc is always embarrassed about the things he cannot do, but Uncle Jake teaches...

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