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Start with Why (2017)

How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action.

Simon Sinek’s smart book with essentially one idea: most brands and leaders tell us to buy or follow by talking about what and how, whereas the great ones start with why. The book is insightful about what drives customer loyalty and what makes employees dedicated to their work.

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Simon Sinek here and it is a book that is a genuine must-have for anyone whom leads people and or teams in business or even social or sporting climates. The ‘Why’ showcased here, is absolutely infinite in its application — making it applicable to — through One’s life, be it personal, professional or six of one half a dozen the other. Sinek does as superb job explaining what he means by ‘WHY’ — breaking it down until its clear & paramount for the reader to discover the ‘how’ — A smart, valid & conscionable build up that pulls the reader.

“The book is very clear in its central message and drives home its point by numerous examples. But at some point, the examples may seem repetitive and redundant.”

The Book Guide® Editor

Start with Why has a simple and straightforward message that is, indeed, inspirational. There were many stories and companies we could identify with and learn from. They may not have the best role models for leaders but their leaders had a clear vision of their beliefs. The latter portion of the book went in to more specific examples of how great leaders have changed the face of their companies by focusing on Why.

Start with Why (2017) by Simon Sinek

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