Simon Sinek – have an infinite mindset

Sinek says he wouldn’t have been inspired to do any of those things if it weren’t for books. There are two in particular that he calls life-changing: “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl and “Finite and Infinite Games” by James Carse. From “Finite and Infinite Games,” by James Carse: When we go to school,…

Simon Sinek – Choose to be positive

Sinek says he wouldn’t have been inspired to do any of those things if it weren’t for books. There are two in particular that he calls life-changing: “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl and “Finite and Infinite Games” by James Carse.   From “Man’s Search for Meaning” by Viktor Frankl: We cannot control the…

“Finite and Infinite Games,” by James Carse

Simon Sinek recommends the book “Finite and Infinite Games,” by James Carse “The truth is, an obsession with winning in every situation before understanding which game we are playing can actually increase our stress and do damage to our ability succeed over time. I am an idealist who lives in the real world. My whole…

“do you love your wife?”

Simon Sinek does it again, explaining one of the most difficult concepts in a few simple yet rock solid strong messages; leadership is like brushing your teeth every day, what matters is the repetition of small meaningful actions, an executive is not a dentist – making impact on a stage at a leadership event twice…

Start with Who!

OUTNR. member Andy Mosmans shares his view on what drives success; Recently I read a very interesting article on Medium from Michel Bachmann, with the title ‘Start with Who’. It is off course a reaction to one of the most popular TED Talks of Simon Sinek in which he encourages people to ‘Start with Why’. That is, leaders…