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Simon Sinek an unshakable optimist, is the author of the bestselling book Start with Why, which challenged traditional assumptions about how great leaders and great companies inspire people. He has shared his ideas with companies big and small, members of Congress and the highest levels of the U.S. military. His TEDTalk based on Start with Why is the second most popular video of all time on TED.com. He lives in New York City.
His book uses great examples and reads exactly the way Simon Sinek talks.
This book will make you think differently about the business systems that prevail in our society and also give you a way to make the workplace more humane.
Sinek is a national leader on what it really means to lead and create successful organizations.
Like others have pointed out, "Leaders Eat Last" is light on the "how" and evidence to back the claims. Read morePublished 3 hours ago by lordjohn
There's a difference between leadership and leading. Simon shares some powerful ideas on the latter. a GREAT THOUGHTS! Read it, NOW!Published 8 hours ago by Chief Bob Vásquez
I don't agree with all the conclusions in this book; however, the main premise is true, a real leader sacrifices self for the good of those around them.Published 3 days ago by Bradley L.
While I appreciated some of the insights in this book, I found it to be very militaristic and parental and at its core holds the assessment that leaders have all the answers. Read morePublished 6 days ago by Lisa Danforth
Great read about leadership and the inner workings of it. I had to read a leadership book for school and this one was perfect. Read morePublished 7 days ago by MV
Great book! A must read for those interested in vexing a servant leader or for those needing the inspiration to become one. Read morePublished 8 days ago by ACorman
I often think of the adage "Happy wife, Happy Life". It's not sexist because it can and should also be stated as "Happy husband, Happy Life"... Read morePublished 9 days ago by Arthur E. Lusignan