Simon Sinek

It’s no secret that we’ve reached the peak of instant gratification in society. The combination of our deeply polarized political
Inspiration is never enough to keep you going when things get hard or when you lose momentum and feel like giving up. You
Life is short. Youth is finite. You have every opportunity to make the most of the life you have right now. Your choices
It seems that much of the millennial generation would rather patronize swanky restaurants in gentrified neighbourhoods than
  In a time when people gravitate towards protected bubbles, entitled Millennials desperately need to connect with a diversity
4. Environment. Working at camp is a journey, not just a single summer. Our goal for our staff members is that they come
For the record, I don't only train, coach, and develop millennials, I am one as well. However, according to Mr. Sinek's wrong
I had not heard the name Penny Oleksiak before this week. A 16-year-old swimmer from Toronto competing at the Olympics. Her mom said in an earlier interview that Penny always goes for it right until the end of a race. Even when she is behind.
The more we test our biases, certainties and assumptions by directly experiencing our feelings and expressing our compassion, the more we energize our philanthropic brains.
When it comes to health and wellness, if we shift our focus onto our why, making mindful choices becomes easier because your commitment and motivation comes from a much deeper place.
Simon Sinek started out like most entrepreneurs with a dream. He created a business because he thought he had a better mousetrap and watched it grow and prosper with a small staff and an amazing client roster.
Who you are is made up of hundreds of tiny little decisions. Your business is made up of hundreds of tiny little decisions. All day long you make small yet important choices. Choices that impact who you are, what you stand for, and how you in turn impact the world around you.
By ourselves we can make a ripple in the pond and a difference in the world, but as TEDx legend Simon Sinek noted in his inspiring keynote at #Ulticonnect, "together we are remarkable."
I watched Simon's TED talk and within the first minute, I paused the video and reached for my notebook. It's mid-January
The fundamental problem is that your passion/purpose is not OUT THERE. You aren't going to find it by looking externally, but this is the first thing that everyone does.
Narrowing it down to a select few is no easy task. However, regardless of the number, I do have a library of required reading for CEOs. Here are my top seven must read books for CEOs.
While studying the TV pilots for the upcoming Fall season, I noticed that many of them start with a set up of the personal dilemma for the central character. This gives the audience a point of connection in the story. In fiction and in life, there is tremendous value in starting with why.