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Simon Sinek discusses digital addiction & self-esteem.
Simon Sinek is an unshakable optimist. He believes in a bright future and our ability to build it together.


Described as “a visionary thinker with a rare intellect,” Sinek teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people. With a bold goal to help build a world in which the vast majority of people go home everyday feeling fulfilled by their work, Sinek is leading a movement to inspire people to do the things that inspire them.

A trained ethnographer, he is the author of two books: the global best seller, Start With Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action and his newest book, the New York Times and Wall Street Journal best seller, Leaders Eat Last: Why Some Teams Pull Together and Others Don’t.

Fascinated by the leaders and companies that make the greatest impact in their organizations and in the world, those with the capacity to inspire, he has discovered some remarkable patterns about how they think, act and communicate and the environments in which people operate at their natural best. He has devoted his life to sharing his thinking in order to help other leaders and organizations inspire action.

He is best known for popularizing the concept of Why and for the talk he gave on the subject that became the second most watched talk of all time on

Sinek’s unconventional and innovative views on business and leadership have attracted international attention and have earned him invitations to meet with an array of leaders and organizations, including: 3M, Costco, Deckers, Ernst & Young, HSM, jetBlue, KPMG, Pfizer, NBC/Universal, the military, government agencies and entrepreneurs. Sinek has also had the honor of sharing his ideas at the United Nations, the United States Congress and with the senior leadership of the United States Air Force, United States Marine Corps, and United States Army.

Sinek shares his optimism with all who will listen. He speaks around the globe and has commented for local and national press, including The New York Times, Inc. Magazine, NPR, BusinessWeek. Sinek is active on Twitter and writes his own blog,

Sinek is an adjunct staff member of the RAND Corporation, one of the most highly regarded think tanks in the world. He is also active in the arts and not-for-profit world, working with charity: water, an organization devoted to helping bring clean water to the over 700 million people around the world who don’t yet have it. He also serves on the board of the Tami Stronach Dance Company.




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  1. He seems suspicious ?
    He doesn’t seem distressed about the (kids) situation, actually he seems really happy and enthusiastic while talking.

    I think he is a covert aggressive ? (covert narcissist)

  2. As a millennial, I worked at a decent company, and I absolutely NEVER had my phone out. Work is more important, than surfing social media, in my sole opinion.

  3. "they see the summit and not the mountain. They know WHAT they want but can't do what it takes to get it." lol I wish. If we knew what we want or at least just "want" the problems wouldn't exist.

  4. we blame the victims, millennials turn 18 into a crazy world, neoliberalism squeeze them and they are going to be the first generation in modern times to be poorer than their parents

  5. What the Hell? Simon, since when is it a CEO's responsibility to play Helicopter mom?
    How about when I started my career, you did the task requested or you were fired. Kinda simple and straight forward. Results, results, results, period. If I have to micromanage the task, I might as well do it myself and make sure its done right. I don't pay money to people I have to babysit.

  6. Ye ye millenials are the worst… Not seeing previous generations are any better when it comes to addictions. THEY are the ones who passed those beliefs on. Don't blame the millennials, blame the society. SMH

  7. If a company wants the best employees it needs to be the best employer. The best employees don't stay at places that don't appreciate them because they don't have to: they are the best so can always find other work.

  8. Did anyone find it ironic that in order to watch the rest of the interview you need to sign into London Real with your social media account? What a dick.

  9. Everyone is blaming their parents for their life today lol be an adult and fix the problem. You can’t go in the past so stop complaining about it.

  10. some say this is the same speech he said before, but if the question is the same, then what you expect? It's not the same thou, he went beyond the original speech

  11. Funny hes talking about addictions to phones and online.. but yet the video wants me to sign up to be able to watch the rest more of the problem right here …

  12. I recently quit porn, social media, and gaming. Let me tell you, it sucks realizing how fucken inept I am the real world. But, I’m slowly coming backz

  13. Absolutely true. As a millennial I see that generation after generation is flawed, but I will say as this one book I just read stated, "while we are perhaps lost in daydreaming of the what we want in life, something must wake us up to our reality."

  14. This guy is full of shit. I've seen some of his videos and it's full of sweeping generalisations. Millennial aren't really that messed up. People don't like to work because the most part it's for money. We live in a corporate culture where you're told that you should love what you do and it should give you meaning. Fuck all that, just pay me for my time and skills and go back to your silly boardroom!

  15. This is so true. One thing that's helped me embrace the journey and the mountain, develop patience, is a Navy SEAL motto: embrace the suck. Relationships, self development, careers, etc take an insane amount of effort and time. A lot of hardship and 'suck.' Embrace the Suck.

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