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“DON’T Set Your Goals REALISTICALLY!” – Simon Sinek (@simonsinek) Top 10 Rules

✎ Simon Sinek’s Top 10 Rules For Success: In today’s video we’re learning from Simon Sinek, bestselling author and motivational speaker. He’s also known for his amazing TED talk on how great leaders inspire action, and viral speech about millennials in the workplace.

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• Be PATIENT – Simon Sinek – https://youtu.be/-qYH2SoB3VQ

-= SINEK’S RULES =-
1. PURSUE YOUR VISION
2. MEASURE MOMENTUM
3. BE A GIVER
4. LEARN FROM CREATIVE PEOPLE
5. KNOW YOUR DESTINATION
6. BE OPEN TO THE UNKNOWN
7. HAVE BALANCE
8. TURN FOLLOWERS INTO LEADERS
9. SET UNREALISTIC GOALS
10. TAKE ACTION
-= BONUS =-
* Cooperate
* Ask for help
* Have a purpose

✎ He attended City University in London with the intention of becoming a barrister, but left law school to go into advertising. He moved to New York and joined Euro/RSCG, an ad agency, where he worked on the MCI account. In 2002, he started his own company, Sinek Partners. In October 2009, he released his book “Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action”. He once taught a graduate-level class in strategic communication at Columbia University. He has commented for The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, and FastCompany. He was a regular contributor to The Huffington Post, BrandWeek, IncBizNet. His first TEDx Talk on “How Great Leaders Inspire Action” is the 3rd most viewed video on TED.com.

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✔ SOURCES ✔
[EntreLeadership] – Ken Coleman Interviews Simon Sinek – https://youtu.be/pgPQNG1SO8o
[Capture Your Flag] Why to Use Momentum to Define and Measure Career Success –
https://youtu.be/xyKdxXS3dLo
How to Strengthen Your Creative Skills –
https://youtu.be/fDnDnsnU-tg
How Openness to Unknown Improves Public Speaking Skills –
https://youtu.be/PUVJY_ssG5s
Turning Followers into Leaders – https://youtu.be/EcXe9iFsX70
Setting Unrealistic Goals – https://youtu.be/seHJMJ-_6dA
[CreativeMornings HQ] Love Your Work – https://youtu.be/jDIZS4IQlQk
Simon Sinek Q&A – https://youtu.be/M3rsXos0TD8
Ask for Help – https://youtu.be/-rDkTY3YOqE
[99U] If You Don’t Understand People, You Don’t Understand Business –
https://youtu.be/llKvV8_T95M
Why Leaders Eat Last – https://youtu.be/ReRcHdeUG9Y
[The RSA] Life Lessons – https://youtu.be/uXBlESfwNwA
[HRN] Future of Work – https://youtu.be/QAHiTLzdp1c

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    ?Good Job you and your Team.✍

    3. Be a giver we are human being living the planet earth or world or glob.✍

    My anime is my friend.✍

    4. Learn from Creative People.✍

    5. Know your Destination ✍

    Up and down is life.✍

    I learn every thing around me.✍

    6. Be Open to the unknown ✍

    7. Have Balance✍
    Addiction of Smart Phone is New generation now do.✍

  2. "Pursue Your Vision" and "Set Unrealistic Goals". Those are irrational and very human. I guess that's something that actually keep me going 🙂

  3. He's a great speaker, but sometimes he needs to distinguish if his comments are for the individual or for a company. His point about setting targets unrealistically is great for an individual, however if a company does this they won't be upfront about it being unrealistic to their workforce as they'll worry it gives permission not to try. This just leads to a workforce feeling unhappy and feeling like failures when that unrealistic target is never hit

  4. ok so if im trying to help someone in a sinking ship situation and they are questioning my advice, the best way to deal with it is to give them full control but make it clear that I know much more about what they are trying to do and if they fail its not on me :3 ill probably be using this a lot

  5. BE OPEN TO THE UNKNOWN : Rarely are we instant experts. You may have a particular gift or affinity towards something but you still get better. People would pay me high compliments when i started speaking, and then people who have seen me a year or two later say that i'm even better, and i feel it. Because you learn more. I think that hubris is dangerous. I think to think that you're an expert at anything is a foolish pursuit. You're never as good as you could be. There's always room for improvement. There's always room to get better. That doesn't mean you have to listen to all advice. Just not necessarily does everybody know best. But to believe that you can be better and to believe that you can offer more is a constant pursuit. I used to think being a public speaker meant being poised and presenting in a way that was compelling and speaking at the right pace. And that's a part of it, but i have been taking more risks lately doing things that are very unstructured and very uncomfortable. And i will now like I have an hour to speak, I'd rather speak for 20 minutes and do 40 minutes worth of questions. And who knows how that's going to go? And that, to me, is the best. So I'm a better speaker because now I'm way more open to the unknown, where a few years ago, that would've scared me.

  6. great video, excellent insights. was quite thrown by his dramatic accent change in the last few minutes bonus footage. that's a rather unusual behavior. anyone know what's going on with that?

  7. thanks for sharing this video 😀 love the "designer are famous about it" part. It totally speak my mind. I was luckily get over it couple years ago(I though so). it's a great video! how to share subtitle in other language?

  8. I'm in LOVE with #3! Beautifully expressed! I used to be in sales. My bosses hated that I wasn't the aggressive, pushy salesperson. What I did instead was assisted them, waited on them, provided customer service, recommendations after hearing what they want, answering their questions, I waited for them to practically beg me to try to sell them something, and I out-sold all the pushy, aggressive salespeople. We weren't selling to idiots, we were selling to people who mostly knew what they wanted. They didn't want a pushy salesperson telling them they wanted to buy whatever we were getting the most commission that week. They wanted someone to hear what they wanted and point in them in the direction to what sits their needs.

  9. Absolutely love your videos & content❣️I live the words of these creators & it's absolutely hands down my purpose in this world to be able in my "spin" to get through to others the amazing abundance of joy that exists in ourselves❣️Thank You❣️My Goal from your video today : to be able to create ways to help others & show you can & already have what it takes..it's All mindset ❣️Love&Light❣️SheriMorgan ?

  10. For me it's: take action. No amount of talking, thinking, theorising, convincing or pleading will achieve more than the the simple fact of taking action. Taking action starts to move things. It is in the doing of the thing that the change is achieved and nowhere else.

  11. I listen to a lot of Simon's videos and I made a playlist and just drag the ones I really like so I can listen to them frequently. One of the videos got "flagged" as inappropriate and I got a strike. I was just wondering if any you all know why I got that if it wasn't my video? can I know who flagged it and why? I'm just curios cause his videos are not inappropriate at all. Thanks 🙂

  12. 3 : be a giver. ! Astonishing story. And one of the best idea I have ever heard : we are all people (clients and employees) !
    Overall very good selection. It was a pleasure to watch.

  13. Corner, straight line also explains profit at the expense of ethics when profit is the only goal and ethics becomes an obstacle. So-called loopholes are paths around the chair.

  14. The last rule is to put responsibility in the client's hands. That will make him/them more open to suggestions because responsibility is powerful.

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