EP 6: Simon Sinek - Start With Why & Why Leaders Eat Last

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Bestselling author and TED speaker, Simon Sinek, joined us this week to talk about some of the ideas that have not only inspired his work, but have reached millions and millions of people around the world. Simon is an unshakeable optimist and believes in our ability to create a better world, together. You might be familiar with Simon's work that includes his concept of the "Golden Circle", better known as "Start With Why" which is the third most viewed TED Talk, and his more recent books Leaders Eat Last and Better Together. Simon has consulted with some of the leading organizations in the world. It was such a pleasure to have the opportunity to connect with Simon, as his work has fundamentally shaped certain parts of both of our lives (Chris and Shawn). In this conversation we discuss:
  • What it means to find and live out your "Why".
  • What it means to be a leader and what all leaders have in common.
  • How do we get Millennials to take personal responsibility for themselves.
  • To be a good leader, do we first need to be good followers?
Connect with Simon below: Simon Sinek Simon on Facebook Simon on Twitter

52 episodes available. A new episode about every 14 days averaging 46 mins duration .