Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win


Leadership can sometimes be extreme. This holds especially true if your mission is to secure the city of Ramadi, which, during the Iraq War, was one of the most violent battlefields in the country.


This Visual Mind Map based on the impactful insights of two Navy SEAL task unit leaders, who served in Ramadi and whose ability to take charge in battle often determined whether their men lived or died.

You may be wondering how this is relevant to you if you’re not in the military. Luckily, the principles that underlie the success of Navy SEAL units can be applied to any team or organization that wishes to succeed in complicated tasks and difficult missions.

With strategies such as “cover and move” and “prioritize and execute,” you’ll learn how to lead and win even the most challenging battles.

Here is a Visual Mind Map of "Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win" click here.

If you want to have the A3 poster version download the PDF here.

You can read the one-pager executive summary by clicking here.

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