Most leaders don't even know the game they are in - Simon Sinek at Live2Lead 2016

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  • Trust and cooperation are not standard in our organizations and yet we know they should be. There are two attributes that every single leader has the opportunity to possess that will help them create the types of organizations we would be proud to call our own. Those two attributes are EMPATHY & PERSPECTIVE.
    Simon Sinek's full keynote from John C. Maxell's Live2Lead event in Atlanta, Georgia, October 7, 2016.
    Find more tools, resources and ideas to inspire at startwithwhy.com.

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  • D. Flood
    D. Flood 5 jam yang lalu

    My father always said "there is always a game, know what game your playing" So this made so much sense. Thank you Simon for speaking on this topic.

  • alex Cooper
    alex Cooper 6 jam yang lalu

    Trust me ur parents can get you a promotion I worked at pinch a penny where I was laid off an the guy worked the cashier his parents basically gave him everything and there daughter everything yet i did the hard work busted my ass and i was still yelled at and ect for busting my ass and trying hard the point is no matter how hard u try these employers will replace u just like that

  • Gerald Colan-O'Leary
    Gerald Colan-O'Leary 6 jam yang lalu

    What an excellent perspective on life, people and business. I have children from late teens down to four who are addicted to technology and I hadn’t realised the addiction. I have been struggling with an identity for a new business but it has been under my nose all this time, empathy and the endless game. Thank you most sincerely.

  • Matthew Chandler
    Matthew Chandler 7 jam yang lalu +1

    A few interesting points but it’s clear he’s never actually led a company before. Empathy has its place, but a company that puts shareholders after employees is an un-funded company.

  • dawnncummentary
    dawnncummentary Hari Yang lalu

    Thank you Simon! You made me realised why people like meeeee: empathy

  • Gluluman
    Gluluman 2 hari yang lalu

    I wish Jeff Bezos was there.

  • Ianto Doyle
    Ianto Doyle 2 hari yang lalu

    His suggestions are how and what I was taught. I am 60 though but passed it onto my millennial kids. They are doing great. It works.

  • Mike Adams
    Mike Adams 2 hari yang lalu

    Pretty good speech... the only thing wrong with it was the '90s were not peaceful easy, it was when the Gulf War started and then the aftermath which eventually led to....

  • Sheldon Carel
    Sheldon Carel 3 hari yang lalu

    President tweets release dopemine.

  • Loud Whispers Gaming
    Loud Whispers Gaming 4 hari yang lalu +2

    Hey Simon, I think you would be great on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast channel!

  • Nonya Bidness
    Nonya Bidness 5 hari yang lalu

    They will not promote you . They promote brown nosers and people who say yes and sleep with them. So learn those skills .. smh# Bobby and Tracy stop sleeping with the married man .then try to go to HR that's a wash also ..just trashy and no one cares !!! So frustrating they make the same mistakes every day then say they shouldn't have to check behind folks. Then wtf r u the management ..when I asked at a meeting r there checks and balances in place to catch these mistakes it was like I talked about their mom . So of course I'm not well liked by them only thing saving me is the big boss notice I don't talk much on time and come to work to actually work but will I b promotesd nooooo..the lady who drinks and smokes weed with them will the lady that stinks and laughs and stokes his ego will ..all the folks who been there yrs over 15yrs r trying to point out ..y dont any one do smthing about this ..( sorry for the rant but I keep this bottled up all day ..ty kindly if u read this 🙂)

  • Darshit Nathani
    Darshit Nathani 5 hari yang lalu

    It was great to hear, really amazing!!
    I have a doubt , Steve Jobs one of the greatest leaders of all time and he brought Apple to a great level, but what I have heard about him and read about him is he never practiced empathy. Can you please explain this?

    • warwolf333
      warwolf333 5 hari yang lalu +1

      What Simon said about finite and infinite players should help you understand.

  • Gary Dickinson
    Gary Dickinson 7 hari yang lalu

    Everything Simon is saying is so true and it has just made me think, I left School at 16 in 1980 Margret Thatcher was in her 2nd or 3rd year the miners were on strike and as a prime minister when she came to power the country was up shit creek without a paddle so Jobs were being cut across the board unemployment at one point hit 4 million + and because of this wages were shit if you could get a job as I came from a family that believed in hard work and reward i took a job that my hourly rate was 37 pence an hour or £12.50 for 60 hours I stuck it for 6 months and then Id had enough I chucked the job in and decided from that point forward I was never going to have Job security and so I would never work for anyone ever again and if anyone was going to make money from the sweat off of my back it would be me and no-one else, after all no-one could give me a guarantee for a future working for them which meant no mortgage or owning my own property and so I have gone through Life never having constant work when the stock markets crash the building trade is always the first to be seriously hit and it has happened countless times in my lifetime to the point I feel totally alienated to the concept of work hard it it will pay because I have and it hasn't? The only advice I can think of for anyone is there is no such thing as a free lunch and if you want to be successful in the working world you need to be sharp, Never undersell yourself, always work under contract and know your trade but also you need to learn people skills, people don't always say what they mean and it is a dog eat dog society that came out of the Thatcher years so yes you need to be ruthless but you also need Empathy it is after all one of the qualities that helps us understand each other and helps you with emotions such as compassion as Simon said nobody wants to say they got it wrong in fear of being fired? This is how the world got to where it is today, Time for change!

  • dan loyer
    dan loyer 7 hari yang lalu +3

    Hey Walmart Management are you watching this?

  • Caterina Domènech
    Caterina Domènech 7 hari yang lalu

    Incredible

  • oliver m
    oliver m 7 hari yang lalu

    That's why I never understand they fire a soccer teams trainer instead of bringing together "the right people to a team"

  • Nicola Di Marco
    Nicola Di Marco 7 hari yang lalu

    This guy, telling us what's "human" and throwing random data about suicide rates.

  • Douglas Strother
    Douglas Strother 7 hari yang lalu

    I've been on the wrong side of the spreadsheet, in spite of exceptional performance.

  • Blitznstitch2
    Blitznstitch2 8 hari yang lalu

    Using someone's livelihood, like cutting hours for hourly payroll, is demoralizing.

  • Shervin Dupont
    Shervin Dupont 8 hari yang lalu

    Wish Managers would watch this video especially they keep bringing indians from india to save money !!!

  • saidwali latifi
    saidwali latifi 8 hari yang lalu

    Thank you Simon for such an informative speech I want to watch it again and again I wish I could meet or speak to you.
    You are such a good leader and such an inspirational one you make us do great job thanks for having you.
    Love from Afghanistan

  • Bonica Babyeahh
    Bonica Babyeahh 10 hari yang lalu +1

    I just discovered him. Where have i been?? Or is it me having troubles with life now...

  • Daniel Millen
    Daniel Millen 10 hari yang lalu

    Jesus saves.

  • FilmSociety
    FilmSociety 10 hari yang lalu

    Amazing how he communicates with us.

  • Avengers Jeep
    Avengers Jeep 11 hari yang lalu

    This is why we Built The Avengers Jeep... 10 years in the making. And why we are constructing the EDM Archive... 35 years in the making. - Avengers Jeep & Adonimus ;)

  • Lidija Cullen
    Lidija Cullen 11 hari yang lalu

    Oh that title, oh really?!?

  • Karl Ray
    Karl Ray 11 hari yang lalu

    All of your talks are so off base from government jobs, so many managers that have no clue what they manage, and they have no idea how to handle workers.

  • florence ong
    florence ong 11 hari yang lalu

    I applied most of your skills In my Leadership & Management Course. The results’ve proven it worked. The world needs more leaders like you Simon and I am very confident to say I am a good leader as most of my employees stay in my organization for more than 10 years . My door is always open for them to walk in anytime whenever they need to talk to me. They had their pay rise every year even during the economy crisis except the directors ( I am one of the directors- Sale Director) We sacrificed ourselves just to keep those employees around and let them feel safe and have peace of mind to come to work without worrying losing their jobs . Their performance were greater because they gravitated with gratitude of appreciation . I truly believe that any of my employees would be a great leader in other organizations through our inspirations in future. And I would say I am living a fulfilling life as I am able to inspire others in their lives. Millions thanks to your insightful speeches Simon .

  • Lian Seldou
    Lian Seldou 13 hari yang lalu +1

    Thank you 👍🙏

  • Bee Cares
    Bee Cares 13 hari yang lalu +1

    3:01 Teaching leadership
    Try again...
    Excellent points.

  • Dean Bell
    Dean Bell 13 hari yang lalu

    I totally agree with his approach but what is his take when you have people not performing?

  • omega
    omega 15 hari yang lalu

    This is fabulous stuff, but you need the stick to counterbalance the honey. Authenticity is also about hard truths

  • victor aponte
    victor aponte 15 hari yang lalu +3

    1k dislikes, I can't believe that many people did not like this. This was great!!!!

    • Roger Martinez
      Roger Martinez 12 hari yang lalu

      That's an insane number. It's ok though, he's giving a huge positive impact to those people who like it or not, he gives out great information.

  • Riaan Wilmans
    Riaan Wilmans 16 hari yang lalu

    Dominator hierarchies versus growth hierarchies, essentially.

  • Zeek M
    Zeek M 16 hari yang lalu

    It's no game you dumb mother phucker.

  • FreeMind
    FreeMind 17 hari yang lalu

    24:03 this reminds me of Jim Rohn so much 😅🙌🏽

  • scalping forever
    scalping forever 17 hari yang lalu

    This motherfucker is a fucking crook.

  • jlcjapon59
    jlcjapon59 17 hari yang lalu

    Excellent! Explaining in simple words what I've tried to convey for decenies. Not that easy so for people tend to have inner immediate goals above company vision.

  • abc68099
    abc68099 18 hari yang lalu

    Best versions of ourselves

  • skip ad
    skip ad 19 hari yang lalu

    This guy kinda looks like markiplier

  • Jehanzeb14
    Jehanzeb14 19 hari yang lalu

    The millennial caricature is hilarious.
    "They all got participation trophies and straight As cause their parents complained". I don't even think that most millenials had that experience. Ironically, this is the stuff older folks see on social media and take as fact. The very thing that many of them are pointing to as the source of millenial corruption, social media, is giving THEM bad information.
    Also I would say GABA has more of a numbing effect than Dopamine. Dopamine is more arousing.

  • Asma Hanif
    Asma Hanif 19 hari yang lalu

    22:00 to 25:00 sums up the toxic corporate culture we have created!

  • 123 321
    123 321 19 hari yang lalu

    In my country Millenials are people who constantly heard: "Work hard and you will be rewarded". And as we grown up we saw that it isn't true.
    Boss's son will become your boss and you will be just ordinary employee. You always receive all the dirt from customers, all negative comments from your boss. Businessman even piles all his risk on you and makes you to pay company losses. And they will always be those who gets all the profit despite what they did and what you did. Despite what education do you have and what education do they have. You may do nothing and you may work hard - the salary will be the same.
    If your family have money and contacts - you will succeed. If not - you will receive only those jobs which nobody wants, which closer to the customer. And you are between customers and boss like between the hammer and the thread.
    What will happen if you boss displeased with you? He will fine you. What will happen if customer displeased for you if customer knows how to complain to Roszdravnadzor? Roszdravnadzor will fine your company because no one obeys the laws. Than your boss will fine you. Are you right or wrong? It doesn't matter for anybody. The customer is always right and the boss is always right. And only you, nothing, always wrong when they just have bad mood. And our customers often have bad mood because their work is the same like our.
    Haha, you may complain too. One time. You company will be fined or will give a bribe or if they had connections in Government, than you will be wrong.But it doesn't matter because than you will die because nobody will hire you.
    And we have no real worker unions at all.
    In our country Quality Management System was created like all over the world. In other countries it serves for better work quality. In our country it serves as a pretext to take part of the salary in the form of a fine from those who really work to those who only checks. At the same time, the quality of work does not improve, because the conditions for proper work have not been created - no one wants to invest in his company.
    Not to mention the fact that no one obeys the laws and you are all the time in fear also because of it. It is such a tricky situation. You are breaking law for money. But you don't receive the money, your company receive it. If you will be caught, you will be punished. If not, you will be fired.
    Everyone is asking why Russians don't smile. Isn't it obvious?

  • Royson D'souza
    Royson D'souza 19 hari yang lalu

    Absolutely agree with the millennial speech. I had seen a lot signs of such specimens at my work place. From feeling outrageous I now pity them because of what their future holds.

  • Terence Slack
    Terence Slack 20 hari yang lalu +1

    We live in a Dog Eat Dog world and Community Spirit is sadly lacking and our ability to deal with conflict in our Family, Friends, relationships, work places which leads to Psychological and Mental health issues. Internet and Mobile phones have replaced Face to Face communication with our fellow neighbour.

  • krxys buko
    krxys buko 20 hari yang lalu

    19:00 yeah about those dates
    ... Problem is, that the girls, or boys whatever u like, won't accept it in by the ,,normal way,, it's very hard or even impossible
    I'm not talking only with my experience, was asking some friends, pretty the same everywhere...

  • Ariadne Wolf
    Ariadne Wolf 21 hari yang lalu

    I think part of this is liberalism, honestly. My parents didn't want to ever make me feel bad for failing or for not winning, but that also means they never truly invested in my sports games or my competitions so it never felt like it mattered to them if I won or if I lost. They didn't really support me in making myself good enough to win, so eventually I gave up trying. They wanted everything to be about "just have fun" and collaboration and other soft skills, but when I wanted to do better or win they didn't get it. That teaches your kid that no one cares if you win, and maybe you'll never be good enough to win so let it go.

    Heck, this just happened! I applied to Ph.D programs and my father was convinced I'd get in, because I wanted to and worked hard. That's fine and all, but my current college was completely unsupportive, my CV sucked and none of the people at my school I asked for help actually provided me with any, and I had shitty letters of recommendation for other reasons, so I didn't get in. Not shocking. Totally predictable. But my dad was totally surprised. And I was surprised, because he'd equipped me for failure but told me to expect success.

    Whether it's something internal to me, or something about how others around me are interacting with me, I need to know when I'm doing well and when I'm not. Trying to figure out how to be sure of that for myself has taken a lot of years to do.

  • Sacci Qure
    Sacci Qure 21 hari yang lalu

    Loved this one great talk

  • im face jacked
    im face jacked 21 hari yang lalu

    I used to work at JPMorgan chase and they use a lot of the leadership skills that he is talking about

  • Keyhero Assist
    Keyhero Assist 23 hari yang lalu

    "we're in control" he sounded just like Seinfeld

  • Keyhero Assist
    Keyhero Assist 23 hari yang lalu +2

    (Amazon) shows up next day != instant gratification. Delivered by drone == now THAT is instant gratification

  • Bob Smithies
    Bob Smithies 23 hari yang lalu +8

    Most millenials are rent or mortgage slaves, and will be for most of their lives. Slaves are not motivated to work hard.

    • Jon L
      Jon L 10 hari yang lalu

      That's right. I have added exactly ZERO corporate slaves to the Earth. And there are no plans to do so.

  • drackxman
    drackxman 25 hari yang lalu

    A team leader where I work told me that in a management meeting, the head guy told them to squeeze more out of the workers. We need to get the numbers up for shareholders.

  • Giovani Dejesus
    Giovani Dejesus 25 hari yang lalu

    FUCKING please..sounds LIKE a FUCKING PREACHER...SO FUCKING RUN FOR POLITICS IF YOU HAVE A STRONG FOLLOWING..IF YOU ARE A LEADER RUN...OTHERWISE YOU ARE FULL OF SHIT AND PREACHING LIKE A FUCKING PREACHER

  • c rose
    c rose 26 hari yang lalu

    Thank you, i learned a lot!

  • Quirky
    Quirky 27 hari yang lalu

    I’m using my phone to watch this lol

  • BELKA TUTTI
    BELKA TUTTI 28 hari yang lalu +1

    Simply amazing messages. Thank you Simon.

  • Thomas Red X Jackson
    Thomas Red X Jackson 28 hari yang lalu

    Is it sad that empathy has to be taught? Ans.No.Born leader or born with the gift of empathy?.🤔

  • acajudi100
    acajudi100 28 hari yang lalu

    An excellent speech. I loved my job, but I had to know how to deal with the good, bad, ugly, and deadly. You are so very correct..

  • Michael Wheeldon
    Michael Wheeldon 28 hari yang lalu

    So, as a Millennial, am I just screwed?

  • Mike Lundrigan
    Mike Lundrigan 28 hari yang lalu +1

    Thanks; I now understand more than I did before and that is a good thing!

  • Husaria Polska
    Husaria Polska 29 hari yang lalu +1

    Great! Thank you Simon!

  • Pelasgian Epirus
    Pelasgian Epirus 29 hari yang lalu +6

    You are literally the wisest and most humble person I have ever had the pleasure of listeting. Right after one speech I quit drinking and started working more with my business. Thank YOU.

  • Hazara هزاره Afg
    Hazara هزاره Afg Bulan Yang lalu

    There was a girl in my work place, we worked together for more than 40 hours a week. I said hello to her about 5 different times at work and she just looked at me with a blank face and walked off.
    After about two weeks she added me on Facebook which I ignored and she on the other hand still ignored me at work 🤔
    Im still puzzled!!!
    Never actually spoke to her, don’t even know her name.

  • نور الدجى
    نور الدجى Bulan Yang lalu

    Awesome !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    You are great !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1

  • abhinav daga
    abhinav daga Bulan Yang lalu

    27:28

  • i HughmannTM
    i HughmannTM Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Ah finally an explanation...

  • halozz
    halozz Bulan Yang lalu

    He said it better than alot of psychologists or leaders. I've had 4 managers in my career. And it showed clearly how good and bad managers can affect my job. I had 2 good and 2 bad managers. Obviously the 2 good ones took the time to understand how i am coping with my job and they almost NEVER scold / threaten that i should do my job better. They were always there and acts like a defense for us against the higher management. We didn't had to worry and just do our job. They would fill the gaps by farewell dinners and little coffee and drinks or even transportation costs out of their own pocket! Not that we needed that but it shows so much! We were willing to work overtime for free. On contrasts the other 2 bad managers... are much more interested in making sure we don't even step out of line in our jobs. Reports to them constantly, micromanage and talks to us about nothing but work. Worst is they doesn't practise what they preach; telling us one way to speak to customers and act the other way themselves. Easy to guess, the jobs with the bad managers saw a high turn over and i left quicker than the ones with good managers. Sometimes, at work, good managers are everything.

  • Thomas Scoville
    Thomas Scoville Bulan Yang lalu +1

    There are two things a keynote speaker needs to have: sincerity and authenticity. This feels really rehearsed, down to the quirky, "I'm not normal" shirk. I feel like I'm at a carnival midway listening to somebody sell me a juicer.

    • Mike Lundrigan
      Mike Lundrigan 28 hari yang lalu

      Of course he likely practices!! did you expect him to speak off the cuff on such a complicated topic??Criticism for it's own sake is just wasting time!!,

  • D'Faro
    D'Faro Bulan Yang lalu

    I have subscribed. I’ve been promoted as an supervisor and I want to be a good leader.

  • Jacob Park
    Jacob Park Bulan Yang lalu

    "you got a C at school, you are up for adoption"... Many Asian kids have heard that before sir!

  • Karmick Solutions
    Karmick Solutions Bulan Yang lalu

    Good speeches for all leaders. Will help them to learn a lot. Never forget the meaning of "In charge". You have clearly explained what it is actually. Thank your for sharing this video.

  • Ushba Urooj
    Ushba Urooj Bulan Yang lalu

    You helped me to take one of the best decisions of my life. *To remove the addiction of smartphone devices and try to give my full in the present scenario* and I am doing this for 2 months now, I am a much better person and feel more connected with people around me. Thanks to you sir. God bless you.

  • yigal lupo
    yigal lupo Bulan Yang lalu

    LIKE

  • yigal lupo
    yigal lupo Bulan Yang lalu

    LIKE

  • Liam Flynn
    Liam Flynn Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Brilliant stuff! Very insightful particularly regarding the mindset of millenials. Thank you for this video.

  • Karen Evans
    Karen Evans Bulan Yang lalu

    You are so right about phone and how anti social they are. I watch Tarot readings online and feel annoyed when their phone pings. For Heavens Sake, I think, turn them off. I have refused to submit to the mobile phone world.

  • khosro soltani
    khosro soltani Bulan Yang lalu

    I will choose you as the president of the earth...

  • monoham1
    monoham1 Bulan Yang lalu

    3:30 wait but if everyone who shouldnt or cant be a parent never became one, won't humans die out?
    7:30 pretty rich you talk about practicing empathy when you just told a story about a proletarian whos forced to work two jobs and treat it as normal

  • Andrea Stevens
    Andrea Stevens Bulan Yang lalu

    Excellent content!

  • UNiqNation
    UNiqNation Bulan Yang lalu

    I’m in absolute love with this video! The only thing I disagree with is putting your phone away. There’s just so much that can happen during that “away” time. If my kids/grand kid call, I’m answering - I don’t care what’s going on.

  • Nnoks TV
    Nnoks TV Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Nailed it Sir. Leadership simply means Service, if only managers and leaders could listen to this discourse, companies will retain the best workforce. Had to become an entrepreneur because I couldn't stand bad managers.

  • Moshe Hadar Schick
    Moshe Hadar Schick Bulan Yang lalu

    Hi as consultant in international marketing i find what you say interesting but does it relate to my profession
    will you come to Israel one day?

    • Bob Smithies
      Bob Smithies 23 hari yang lalu

      I suspect he is jewish.

    • Kristin Siil
      Kristin Siil Bulan Yang lalu

      I think it relates to any profession

  • Pat Pat
    Pat Pat Bulan Yang lalu

    simply excellent. It would be amazing to work for him !

  • Jason Norcross
    Jason Norcross Bulan Yang lalu

    Great speech.
    A problem I have understanding - as a leader I'm responsible, as a person I'm responsible for me, but no blaming the Millennials. Shouldn't they take some responsibility?

  • CallsignCAVEMAN
    CallsignCAVEMAN Bulan Yang lalu

    Brilliant

  • Lori Lovelady
    Lori Lovelady Bulan Yang lalu

    I'm not even done listening and this is awesome!! Thank you! I hope everyone in a leadership position will watch this.

  • Jonathan CHANAL
    Jonathan CHANAL Bulan Yang lalu +1

    You are simply a genius!

  • Jerome Reid
    Jerome Reid Bulan Yang lalu

    hi i am jerome i am from jamaica i share these views and in the of my journey these things i have seen by just looking seeing with my own eyes. and i would like to change my generation and the next by becoming a speaker like you , i believe that i have the passion the understanding and the patience to achieve it. but you are the experienced and i am humbled to learn much more from you.

  • najoo7osam
    najoo7osam Bulan Yang lalu +3

    Man this is why i don't watch TV anymore. Priceless life changing speeches could only be found on IDclips.
    Thank you Simen for this one of the best talks i have ever watched in my life.

  • Smart Relevant information
    Smart Relevant information Bulan Yang lalu

    To the people who disliked this,Please give me one reason for it? Please, I want to know the different perspective which i may not be looking at...Please Pleaseeeee

  • LuLaRoe Nikole
    LuLaRoe Nikole Bulan Yang lalu

    Simon, I teared up a bit during your video. After 10 years with a company where I continued to increase leads and expand our marketing efforts and our social networks (out performing all our competitors), my two work from home days were taken away by the new president/my new boss. I had worked from home for 5 years and had just come back after having my third and last child. They said I couldn't work from home on Tuesdays and Thursdays anymore. An HR director who has never had children and a 70 year old male told me I was privileged and it wasn't fair to the other employees. Even though I had been given this work from home position from my old boss and it was sanctioned by the former CFO and HR director. I was heartbroken. I left without saying goodbye to anyone. No farewell party, no thank you for your service. Nothing. Even after a year it still hurts, despite my fellow colleagues telling me "if you don't have to come back, then don't." While it is for the best, it still stings. Thank you so much for your work.

  • carlos jaramillo
    carlos jaramillo Bulan Yang lalu +1

    damn you just got poor noah fired from ceaser palace. lol jk

  • Nicole Hernandez G.
    Nicole Hernandez G. Bulan Yang lalu

    The most inspirational leader video I’ve ever seen

  • toolkit23
    toolkit23 Bulan Yang lalu

    The segment on millenials 8:24 is such an eye opener! and so SPOT ON ! I've been wracking my brains on how to get them to engage in simple communication and idea sharing. I think I have to keep showing up and showing up in their circle so they begin to trust that they can safely collaborate, brain storm ideas from the ridiculous to the sublime, and to not take every request as a life and death urgent matter. This is going to be FUN! Thank you Simon!!

  • Sanjay Manocha
    Sanjay Manocha Bulan Yang lalu +10

    Mind Blowing...So complex but you made it sink so easily. Thanks Simon Sinek. Loved it.

  • Gerardo Delgatho Gahona
    Gerardo Delgatho Gahona Bulan Yang lalu

    Amazing information that helps you to keep feet on the ground and really help others to keep up the good work! Thanks Simon!

  • Mr_E_Man 007
    Mr_E_Man 007 Bulan Yang lalu

    The millennials are soft. Not sure if it's entirely their parents fault. I would sooner blame our Godless culture. And a pervasive sense of purposelessness.

  • San Ansa
    San Ansa Bulan Yang lalu

    nonsense a public companies goal is to maximizing profits for shareholders. the leader answers to the board, not the employees. you can see this demonstrated over and over and over and over. If the leader doesn't maximize profits, they are removed.

  • Lloyd davies
    Lloyd davies Bulan Yang lalu +7

    After this video Noah was fired from Cesar's palace😮

    • mad Ha
      mad Ha 18 hari yang lalu +1

      Good for him .. surely he will find better place and people appreciated him.