Great book! As an entrepreneur who has started a foundation because of pain, the pain of someone nearest and dearest to you this book has helped me understand exactly WHY I am doing what I'm doing. It has allowed to really pick apart my strategy as a strategist. Great book!
One common theme, same company examples repeated throughout the book. The company examples used were excellent the first time around but he repeatedly used Apple, Inc and several other large enterprises. It just felt long and repetitive where many more effective corporate or historical perspectives could have been used. It's a compelling theme though, one might even argue that the U. S. as a country may have forgotten "why" our country was created. So, it's a good read, just not stellar.
good book. An introductory to subject. some chapters could be more objetive. but it is worth
Great content but very redundant. Could have been half the length. Sound was muffled.
This book really got me thinking about the power of starting with why. I believe going forward it will help me to remain inspired to make a difference in the lives of many people.
Really inspiring book. So much that it has led me to write my first ever book review. Really liked the concept of Golden circle. The examples given in the book are very pertinent. Cheers to Simon Sinek
Simple but very powerful concept. Simon reminds us to not take for granted the fact that our audience know "why" your doing or discussing something. I put quotations around "why" because it's not the superficial, business case type of justification but the deeper, human subconscious relatable "why".