[Ebook] ➠ First Man In: Leading from the Front Author Ant Middleton – Tactical-player.co.uk

First Man In: Leading from the Front No One Is Born A Leader But Through Sheer Determination And By Confronting Life S Challenges, Ant Middleton Has Come To Know The Meaning Of True Leadership In First Man In, He Shares The Core Lessons He S Learned Over The Course Of His Fascinating, Exhilarating Life Special Forces Training Is No Walk In The Park The Rules Are Strict, And They Make Sure You Learn The Hard Way, Pushing You Beyond The Limits Of What Is Physically Possible There Is No Mercy Even When You Are Bleeding And Broken, To Admit Defeat Is Failure To Survive The Gruelling Selection Process To Become A Member Of The Elite, You Need Toughness, Aggression, Meticulous Attention To Detail And Unrelenting Self Discipline All Traits That Make For The Best Leaders After Years Service In The Military, With Four Years As A Special Boat Service SBS Sniper, Ant Middleton Is The Epitome Of What It Takes To Excel He Served In The SBS, The Naval Wing Of The Special Forces, The Royal Marines And Parachute Squadron Royal, Achieving What Is Known As The Holy Trinity Of The UK S Elite Forces As A Point Man In The SBS, Ant Was Always The First Man Through The Door, The First Man Into The Dark And The First Man In Harm S Way In This Fascinating, Exhilarating And Revealing Book, Ant Speaks About The Highs And Gut Wrenching Lows Of His Life From The Thrill Of Passing Special Forces Selection To Dealing With The Early Death Of His Father And Ending Up In Prison On Leaving The Military And Draws Valuable Lessons That We Can All Use In Our Daily Lives

About the Author: Ant Middleton

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7 thoughts on “First Man In: Leading from the Front

  1. says:

    also passed through There are certain parts of this book that do not ring true with me particularly the description of violence being employed by Directing Staff in the RE and 9 Para training This simply did not happen in the late nineties, this type of behavior was eradicated at least 20 years earlier I m not saying that the DS were angels by any means but physical bullies they were not Ant also makes much

  2. says:

    Very disappointing, Ant served 13 years in the military but he hardly mentions details of his two Afghan tours at all, I was hoping he d take us out on patrol with him and his sniper rifle etc but instead the book is mostly just a long account of his struggles with his personal demons during his barracks training and selection.

  3. says:

    I m a bit of a glutton for SAS books From McNabb to Ryan I have read them all As ex forces the stories intrigue me and I love the background.This one seemed like it would be good Ant looks interesting on the TV and as if he had a story to tell.First off this is a large book due to it s very large typeset Had it been a normal sized font you could expect the book to be half the size That age old publishers trick Fine content

  4. says:

    This book is just brilliant I first saw Ant on the SAS programme and after that knew he d do well in everything he does, so I was very excited when this book came out It s gripping and most certainly a page turner It has nothing but positivity and lifted me in many ways He teaches without arrogance and he inspires just by saying how it was is for him Ant is a natural leader and one I draw inspiration from This book is not an SAS bo

  5. says:

    I normally dont read books Ive seen Ants programmes on TV and thought he seems a thoroughly decent bloke so bought his book Finished this in 48 hours Reminded me of basic training in the army Quite a few lessons to be learnt from this book, not least everyone deserves a second chance Everyone makes mistakes, its how you make your next move that counts Nice one Ant

  6. says:

    Pre ordered this months ago and I am not disappointed It is well written and gives you an insight into the real Ant Middleton and how he went from boy to man with many life lessons in between Ant does not gloss over his past, he writes very candidly A brilliant read.

  7. says:

    I appreciate the nature of his military service probably precludes him retelling specific details, but this book reads like a self help guide than the rip roaring adventures of a special forces operator I was expecting.

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