The Code. The Evaluation. The Protocols. Striving to become an eminently qualified human
The Code. The Evaluation. The Protocols.
Striving to become an eminently qualified human
Without an objective, the objective will not be reached.
Without a goal, the goal will not be achieved.
Without a standard, the standard will not be met.
Without a mission, the mission cannot be accomplished.
Without an ideal, the ideal will never be realized.
Without a clear path, The Path cannot be followed.
Yet, we, as human beings, often go through life without any of these.
And so, we wander.
We wander aimlessly, moving without making progress.
Days, months, and years pass us by.
Time is wasted, which means life is wasted.
And potential is wasted. Our own potential, squandered.
Meandering through life, instead of becoming who we could be — instead of attaining our highest possible manifestation of being, we simply become… whatever we become.
We fall short. In so many ways, we fall short.
But this need not be our fate. We can prevail over mediocracy. We do that by chasing the ideal.
An ideal that we must define. An ideal that we must codify in no uncertain terms so we know what we are striving for. We must have a code to follow.
What is the Path?
The Path is how you become what you want to be, who you want to be, and what the world needs you to be.
It is how you reach your potential.
It is The Path of Discipline that leads to Freedom.
The Path is: A war against weakness, so it leads to strength.
A war against ignorance, so it leads to knowledge.
A war against confusion, so it leads to understanding. The Path is your LIFE.
And so, The Path is different for everyone. It is your goals, your dreams, what you want to become.
The Path is YOURS.
But at the same time, much of The Path is the same for everyone.
The Path is how you strive to become an Eminently Qualified Human.
How Do I Find the Path?
Finding The Path isn’t as hard as you think. Some of it is clearly defined in The Code. The rest of The Path comes from simple questions you can ask yourself:
- What do you care about? Who do you want to be? What matters most to you?
- What are the most important things in your life?
- Who are the most important people in your life and what do they need from you?
To stay on the path requires daily self evaluation as it pertains to:
- Personal development
- Professional development
- Character and leadership
Do you want to turn your words into action?
Would you like to learn what to do when you fall off the path (the protocols)?
Unmitigated Daily Discipline in all things.
It is the only Way.
Want to learn more? Download a copy of The Code today and start your journey.
JOCKO WILLINK WITH DAVE BERKE AND SARAH ARMSTRONG