This book was amazing! I struggled to get into it for maybe twenty pages but once it caught my attention I loved it. These types of books aren't normally my cup of tea but every now and then I come across a good one and this is one that definitely is worth reading. It is written in such a way that his experiences blend well with what he is trying to get across and make you actually think about it and how it could apply in your life. I did get teary eyed a few times with his memories, our soldiers are so brave and selfless, I am so thankful for our military. My absolute favorite part of this book was the Team, Teammate, Self concept. That hit me really hard and made total sense in even every day life. It opened my eyes to where I needed to improve, when my "teammate" was repeatedly dropping the ball instead of helping I was just giving up but reading this has changed my way of thinking and I love that. I am so glad I was able to read this book!