Joe Rogan Experience #962 – Jocko Willink

Jocko Willink is a decorated retired Navy SEAL officer, author of the book Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win, and co-founder of Echelon Front, where he is a leadership instructor, speaker, and executive coach. His podcast, The Jocko Podcast, is also available for download via iTunes & Stitcher.

32 thoughts on “Joe Rogan Experience #962 – Jocko Willink

  1. Hey Joe. The genediting is out of the box. It will be Atlantis all over again. Technological advancement without spiritual advancement is a recipy for the destruction of humanity. Technology is a mirror image of our own innate dormant capabilities. Nothing more or less. Wake up! Think! Do not be a…. robot.

  2. Most politicians are motivated by one thing only. How do I keep my people in a bubble where they are happy and will revote for me. That means PR motivated by the fear of losing. Showing the horror of war is not something they want them to see.

  3. Agreed, Tim Ferriss' podcast with Jocko was amazing. I was hoping that I'd hear more of that type of content on his own podcast, but I appreciate what he's doing anyways, and like he said, it's important to get out there and no one else is doing it..

  4. So, the thing about barcodes/qr codes, they are bits of information. As in your example, you can use it to pair your phone to your Amazon account, etc…because it's giving your phone a code that your Amazon account uses to pair the two. What if everything you owned had a barcode within view? If you're phone is actively looking for barcodes, it would know everything you own. What if there were AUDIO barcodes, on the inaudible spectrum, and our phones emitted them periodically? And TV shows? Now my phone knows that it was near your phone, and we were connected to a WiFi network at Yardhouse, and we were watching a UFC match. There's a lot of information that can be gathered just from this basic technology, and they don't even hold that much info (usually just a verification code or URL).

  5. with suicide, even just picking up a hobby feels like a distraction from the unavoidable. I've spent the past 3 years pursuing design as hard as I can and I've been very successful. and yet at the end of some days in the grand scheme it still feels so empty and worthless

  6. Can anyone point me in the direction of the podcast where they talk about Aghany farmers having their children walk in fron of their tractors so they don't get destroyed by landmines? I cannot remember for the life of me which episode that was in.

  7. As someone who was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer 3 years ago and having never smoked, watching this leaves me angry and inspired at the same time. Before I was diagnosed I was going to the gym, benching over 220 lb, playing flag football with people half my age, and overall in pretty good shape. Since treatment my fatigue has been off the charts and sometimes I don't even feel like getting out of bed. Radiation to the brain has made it impossible for me to run or ride a bike. The point being, before being diagnosed I always felt like if I just worked hard I would achieve my goals. I know now, that is not true, but know this. Resilience is not bouncing back to what you were, it's bouncing back and being okay with things as they are. Point is you can't always control what happens to you, but you can always control how you react to it. So find what makes you happy and do it. No excuses! Thanks to Joe and Jocko for reminding me to stop being a pussy and get on with it.

  8. Great conversation, but I'm pretty sure they conflate Bernie Sanders and communism, which is I guess, an Americanism. These guys complain the sh*t out of LA's transport system, yet capitalism on its own hasn't come to the rescue. I am all for people being rich, but if a billionaire gives away 1% of their earnings, then a few children don't need to die of starvation, and said billionaire will die with a tiny fraction of their children's inheritance being used to stop other kids from dying of malnutrition.

    The military, for example requires 15% of the federal budget. It comes from taxation Jocko!

  9. I need help finding out the right time to quit something. I'm going through a fire safety semester at my college thinking I would be into that kind of career but found out about the first month in that there wasn't a chance. Ever since then showing up has been a complete DRAG. I hate sitting for too long, but that combined with listening to something I'm not interested in is torture.

    Everyone I ask either says "just finish it, dont be a quitter." and "I'd quit, what's the point of doing something you hate?"

    I mean, what is the point if all I'm going there for is to eventually say sayonara?

  10. These robots are wild, but what about EMP charges? These things, even mechanized for fighting, could be very easily shut down. I wonder if there are ways to possibly coat or cloak the robot's 'skin,' to deflect a charge, whether it's nuclear, non-nuclear, fully weaponized. So okay, force A battles force B, both have advanced, weaponized bots, both have advanced EMP tech. Will it be who can take out the others' forces more quickly for the reason of nullifying defenses (?), resulting in the death of the bots' controllers (travelling to and killing organic beings). Interesting times.

    Hey, also, I really appreciate these podcasts with Mr. Willink, Joe. You guys have provided an intensely fascinating conversation here! Thank you.

  11. I agree Communism does not work and taking all the money from wealthy people to distribute it evenly will mean nobody will be motivated to work.But Capitalism is only good for the wealthly. Once they have let's say $2,000,000 in their accounts,all extra profit should to better training and recruitment of police,more nurses and essential services, community programs and restoration, parks in cities, highways,streets,etc. And income tax for middle and lower classes should only be %3 maximum!

  12. Fuck me joe rogan went full retard on this. About Chris Cornell "if only you'd struggled more.." wtf.. and right at the start "poor people commit suicide at a lower rate" the highest cause of depression and anxiety is being poor. So dangerous to spread that misinformation. The reason you feel good after a workout is the release of endorphins. It's not a miracle cure for mental health issues.. Even if it can help

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