Start with why — how great leaders inspire action | Simon Sinek | TEDxPugetSound

Maurice Vega

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  1. "Trying is the first step towards failure. You tried your best and you failed miserably. The lesson is, never try.” -Homer Simpson

  2. 0:35 Why is Apple so innovative? Year after year after year they are more innovative than their ccompetitions …

    Oh boy this video aged really badly ??

  3. Nothing beats being passionate about what you do. Feild of Dreams…If you build it, they will come..

  4. Great message. The appeal of strong-men (Dictators) could be seen from this lens – an empathy with the beliefs being espoused by the leader. Hard for an average technocrat to compete where they can't inspire. Both a positive, and risk, for any democratic system.

  5. I agree 55%, I believe many will buy primarily on price as a survival mechanism. He does a good job driving his points consistently though.

  6. 진짜 미안한데 너보다 내가 더 고수다. 사이먼 시넥 당신은 중요한 걸 놓치고 있다.

  7. The first controlled man flight was by a engish army officer,the first powered man flight was claimed by many nationalities,the first controlled man powered flight to navigate a course and be registered in american law was the wright brothers. A quirk of american law only.

  8. I like how he mentioned that great leaders are inspirational to those around them. I also like how he mentioned that “people don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it.” Very well spoken!

  9. I really liked how Simon broke down how the "what, how why" into examples with Apple to really drive his point home. Simon got his point across with the having a purpose in why you do things. Making sure you believe in the things you do will make you go farther in life. I definitely think everyone should hear this. It is great for explaining how to market and draw people into what you are selling or believe in. You have to be that 2% "the innovators" to be first.

  10. The brain is such a beautiful, God created design! I found it very enlightening that the three sections of the golden circle correlated with the three horizontal sections of the brain. Everything Simon said kept me saying "wow," it all makes so much sense, we do tend to base our purchases on what makes us feel good and if something "doesn't feel right" if we don't have that "gut feeling" we tend to turn the other way. "People don't buy what we do, they buy why we do it!" Perfect example of "Dr. King," we share in what others believe, leading us to want to listen more, to inspire us to want to learn and listen more, it wasn't a "I have a plan speech" but a "I have a dream speech!"

  11. He makes a great point by saying that people don't buy what you do, but why you do it. If you are driven by a belief, you will be more successful. Focusing on the purpose of your company is key.

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