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"Good leaders must welcome this, putting aside ego and personal agendas to ensure that the team has the greatest chance of accomplishing its strategic goals," Willink writes.As a SEAL officer, Willink needed to be aggressive ("Some may even accuse me of hyperagression," he says) but he differentiated being a powerful presence to his SEAL team from being an intimidating figure.

"But when it goes too far, overconfidence causes complacency and arrogance, which ultimately set the team up for failure," Willink writes.Hillary joined strategy sessions over what verbiage to use in the interview.After Bill’s election, state troopers told of how they had procured women for him, and one of the procured was Paula Jones.Hillary Clinton’s self-image as a feminist champion has always been at odds with her political partnership with a serial womanizer.Hillary tends to get a pass, because the 1990s were long ago, the media often scold anyone who brings up the scandals, and most politicians hesitate to talk about someone else’s marriage.