Simon Sinek – This week we talk to one of our favorite speakers and personalities, Simon Sinek. Simon is a popular author who is best known for his book, “Start with Why”. Not only is he an amazing speaker, but he has one of the most popular TEDx videos ever released (How great leaders inspire action). The video is so popular, it ranks in the top 3 TED list with over 17 million views!
Simon’s latest book is Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t, which focuses on the idea that leaders who are willing to “eat last” are rewarded with loyal colleagues.
“I did what anybody who finds something beautiful does. We share it with our friends and the people we love.”
– Simon Sinek
Quotes from Simon:
“The way we frame things, context really matters.”
“When I hear of something that I don’t understand, I want to understand the basis of roots of things so that I understand it.”
“Curiosity gives you new perspective. It gives you the opportunity to have adventure.”
“Curiosity is about living with one’s eyes and ears open, as opposed to with them closed.”
What we learn in this episode:
- What went wrong in Simon’s TEDx video
- How to move people and organizations
- A quick and FREE way to discover your why
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