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Why This Book Matters:
Written by the retired US Navy Admiral William H. McRaven, Make your Bed is a personal memoir of ten life lessons that the distinguished US Navy veteran learned throughout his service life.
The Big Takeaways:
- Don’t judge a book by its cover, including humans.
- If Don’t judge anyone by their looks, and don’t expect life to be fair; be up for challenges and keep marching forward.
- Being strong for yourself and others is the trait of a remarkable person.
- It only takes one influential person to uplift the morale of an entire group. That’s the person William wishes for everyone to be.
- Learning from failures and taking up new challenges is the only way forward.
- Failure is an essential part of resolved determination and courage, not an excuse for blame and depression.
- Be the best always. Be better when things get hard.
- The author recounts an incident during his Navy SEAL training where he and his teammates survived a life-threatening training routine.
- Making your bed correctly the first thing in the morning kickstarts a productive and useful day.
- It may seem very insignificant, but making your bed teaches you to have a successful life.