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Simon Sinek’s Top 10 Rules For Success (@simonsinek)

He’s an author, speaker, and consultant who writes on leadership and management.

He joined the RAND Corporation in 2010 as an adjunct staff member, where he advises on matters of military innovation and planning.

He’s known for popularizing the concepts of “the golden circle” and to “Start With Why”.

He’s Simon Sinek and here are his Top 10 Rules for Success.

Some used the ideas in this book to build multi-billion-dollar businesses. I’ll give you the simple-yet-powerful formula that they used (and you can) to realize your dreams. Get yours.

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  1. Break the rules
    He earned a BA degree in cultural anthropology from Brandeis University.

  2. Train your mind
    He attended City University in London with the intention of becoming a barrister, but left law school to go into advertising.

  3. Be patient
    He moved to New York and joined Euro/RSCG, an ad agency, where he worked on the MCI account.

  4. Take accountability
    In 2002, he started his own company, Sinek Partners.

  5. Outdo yourself
    In October 2009, he released his book “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action”.

  6. Stack the deck
    He once taught a graduate-level class in strategic communication at Columbia University.

  7. Be the last to speak
    He has commented for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and FastCompany.

  8. Be authentic
    He was a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, BrandWeek, IncBizNet.

  9. Find your passion
    He serves on the Board of Directors for Danspace Project, an organization that fends for advancing art and dance.

  10. Start with Why
    His first TEDx Talk on “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” is the 3rd most viewed video on

Make the right decisions.
Surround yourself with greatness.
Be grateful.

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  1. Spoken by a true Apple Acolyte. I am so happy that no longer own any apple devices and I hope I never have another. I would say the same thing about Microsoft if I could get away from them too.
    I love Tiger Woods' ability to play golf. I don't look to athletes as personal role models about anything outside of the thing they are paid to do. In my opinion, people that listen to actors or musicians or athletes for insight on political, or personal matters ought to consider why. It is kind of like going to great plumber for help with chemistry or calculus.

  2. When you sacrifice money to worthy people, your success is strengthened. I am looking for the one who is aware well that the sacrifice of money washes away past actions (karma), destroying obstacles on our way to prosperity and wealth, but …… Only when it is sacrificed to worthy people. I know such people and I know that there is one who looks for them.
    Please, if you see these words and understand what they mean, text me!!

  3. Who made it big using only their rules of success? Most people got in through some great luck and only later came up with advice. Some don't know why they made it and it was something other than their top rules of success. Dean R Koontz actually made it to the bestseller Lists after he wrote two "How To Write" books and he only made it to the bestseller list after finishing both books on fiction writing and changing one of his techniques. The change he made: He stopped using outlines. It took him a while to make it and he slogged up from the bottom. Still he was always told he was a good writer and he got in long ago. I guess a lot of writers took a while. Koontz did it the hard way though and yet he did it using ingenuity and changing his techniques.

  4. People get lonely social media is an outlet for some and highly recommend to get off these I'm totally different now. Getting off FB alone changed me to realize how crazy it is to observe others. Think about what 4g and 5g does to the brain, data is transferred and has to emit something THEY don't want you to know! Good Luck!

  5. My favorite is “Be the last to speak”. I find what other people think is very helpful so, I can incorporate their ideas in what I think will resolve a problem or solutions. That way we act as a team.

  6. i am only 26 years old, quit well paid jobs at bank 2 times and now i am watching howto become successful with no money in the pocket and living in grandparents' house. i myself find myself funny even laughable. it's been only 8 month since i finished my master degree, i have already in search of third job which can make me happy and rich. i think i am not gonna quit my third job no matter what. i am going to be determined and work hard to see the end of it. i am the one who threw myself into the miserability.

  7. Right. #3 Be patient. I deal with recruiters who work for 2 years and have had 6 jobs in this time! How the heck they can understand how is to work 10 years in the same place and what that leads you? They have no clue what they do!

  8. I love #3 but I don't see it just as patience. I see it as the journey and love with the journey. You don't have to wait to find fulfillment, it is all around you if you look for it. I may have a personal goal to make a major impact. Depending on how I define that, I may never get there. However, if I look around, I may see that I'm having a major impact on those around me already.

  9. Simon Sinek really makes you think, his ideas resonate and leave you considering how they could relate to your job or business. Somebody I would love you to feature is Joe Calloway.

  10. Both Apple and Microsoft are incredibly successful corporations. Microsoft continue to sustain the success they've had since the early 1980s. Apple have slowly gotten bigger and bigger. And saying the EVERY executive at Microsoft and EVERY executive at Apple follow the same philosophy when it comes to future state fucking stupid. This video is dogshit.

  11. “Nervousness is excitement” Olympian’s
    “Don’t compete with others compete with yourself” (Beyonce said this too!! Apple vs pc
    “Sit in a circle at board meetings and be the last to speak” Nelson Mandela
    “Be Authentic don’t people please!! #BeYourSelfie
    “Enjoy the journey follow the passion”
    So many good points in this video!!

  12. Not much of him sticking his neck out if he'll only present a seminar 'if it's only when they want him there'..Not very brave I have to say..Sorry to be a bit negative;but it still stands..

  13. The whole thing is brilliant! The one thing I had to stop and rewind a few seconds and hear again was: (paraphrasing here) If you are different at home then you are at work, one of the two of you is a lie. Wow. Okay, time to rethink authenticity and being a little bolder with my expression. Thank you for posting!

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