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In life and in business we often forget about WHY we do what we do. After you listen to this book you may decide to change what you do so you can be happy with the WHY you wake up every day to do what you do.
I think the book "Enchantment" by Guy Kawasaki is a complimentary book. He is also another great story teller.
Of course "Simon" who actually reads his book. He is a great story teller.
This could only become a documentary on change management and I would use the tag line - Time to Re-Think "WHY"!
This book helped me as a manager to re-evaluate day to day decisions based on "why" I enjoy what I do and "why" I think the company I work for is in business. If there is a disagreement between your "why" and the company's "why" it is time for you to quit and choose a new career path.
If you have ever worked with your passion, this book will put into words what it was that you tried to explain about "why." Highly recommended for anyone who has become disconnected from their original "why" or who is looking for a way to inspire.
Award-winning direct response copywriter and lover of all things non-fiction.
This book is written around a great principle: Start with Why. The problem is after the first chapter or two the whole book tend s to sound the same with the same examples being stated over and over and over and over again.
No need to waste your time with this book. You can easily just search online for Simon Sinek and watch his TedTalk and get the gist of this book in 18 minutes -and save your self 7 hours.
Too much of the same stuff repeated over and over.
Read faster. I had to play it at twice speed to get through it.
To build your sales and marketing message around why you do what you do instead of just what you do.
Teacher, permaculture designer, master gardener, and systemes thinker.
The ideas in the book are great and have been very useful in my own personal and professional life; grant writing, etc. The book is definitely worth a listen, though, if you've seen and agree with the author's TEDtalk than you basically already know 85% of what's in this book; any extra information that Sinek provides is mostly more evidence to back up his argument "people don't buy what you do but why you do it".
I could listen to it in the car, plane, office....
The whole concept of WHY
Its a good Listen / Read
An avid learner and therefore, lover of non-fiction works, specifically about business, marketing and sales.
I can't say enough about this book. It's lofty and hi-concept and not very detail-oriented, but sometimes that's just the thing and the philosophy discussed within is well-worth the listen for anyone running or managing a business or looking to start one. It should be a must-read for anybody in this boat.
I think that this book has changed my life permanently. I was looking for thing that i even did not know what is it, but i know that there are some pieces that are missing to me to create my own life puzzle.
This book gives the answer to the question that I often asked myself "Why do I always do things differently?" It is because i was always starting with my own and unique WHY.
Thank you Simon.
You 're truly leader!
Simon offers a great perspective in how we approach the world and our audience with our passions. He makes it simple to follow and he does exactly what he says he does; inspire.
The entire book.
Sinek hones in on the very essence of what drives sustainable business growth in any industry. More about general business than leadership, this is an incredibly insightful listen that clearly points out how we've done it wrong for so long. If you have any ambition for creating a start-up, growing a business, or leading a team the way the greats (Steve Jobs, MLK, etc) have done, you must read.
It's incumbent on a book titled "How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action" that the book itself should in someway inspire. I hardly made it into this before I felt compelled to listen to something else. Repetitive and un-inspirational. Maybe it was the read or the content. Regardless it was not for me.