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- Jocko Willink served as the commander of SEAL Team 3, Task Unit Bruiser.
- Willink said to be a Navy SEAL you have to consider the job you’re signing up for: “You’re going to be risking your life; you’re going to be shooting guns; your job is to kill people.”
- Men who join the SEALs tend to be troublemakers with a “high-level of aggression and testosterone,” he said.
Jocko Willink wanted to serve in the military ever since he could remember.
As a child, Willink played with ornate miniature toy soldiers and wore Army-Navy gear everywhere he went, the retired Navy SEAL commander told Business Insider’s Rich Feloni on an episode of the podcast “Success! How I Did It.” Despite his grandfather serving in the Army for 20 years, Willink said there was just something inside him that wanted to fight as a Navy SEAL.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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