Published on Jun 27, 2017
✎ 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.
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 =-
* 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.
Thank you for watching – I really appreciate it 🙂
COMMENTS • 33
iatemyhomework12 hours ago (edited)
#3 was out of this world!!
“Make it about them- not about you… if you don’t understand people, you don’t understand business”.
That anthropologist coming out! Beyond true.
Thank you Evan!!!
Aaron White1 hour ago
iatemyhomework people are business: both the heart of your business and the customers who buy from you.
Barbados is seeing this people root and developing along value and development lines. I wrote on it here:
Successful Minds13 hours ago
Simon Sinek is someone who I don’t fully agree with on some of his other points of views. But this video is great video, I appreciate how passionate Simon is about his points of views.
It’s definitly a guy who I would love to interview one day for the channel.
Felipe Ortega9 hours ago
can you please do ethan klein from h3h3 he is a youtuber totally cool guy
-A QUIET LIFE-13 hours ago
THE SKRILLEX 10 RULES VIDEO PLEASE ! 😛 Thank you.
Lead The Team9 hours ago
Huge fan of Simon. Thanks Evan for making this one :)
MNR MNR9 hours ago
Please make success rules on W.Edwards Denim
Philip Chandler12 hours ago
It it me or does his accent go back and forth from a UK to a North American accent?
Hazys Day13 hours ago
KNOW YOUR DESTINATION AND MAKE THINGS ABOUT OTHERS !ESPECIALLY IF YOU WISH THE SAME IN RETURN !
ANOTHER GREAT PERSONALITY HERE !!!
Charles Botensten14 hours ago
I see Simon – I like video, then watch
PETER Avergun3 minutes ago
I must confess that I have a one sided bromance with Simon Sinek. His books are terrific and on point. While watching this particular compilation of his talks, I am motivated to comment on several of his points. How about if I combine two of them?
An error that many companies make when they have achieved momentum is to sabotage their own success. Once “Big Mo” has started, too many companies spend their entire focus on selling as much product as they can. Certainly understandable because that is what you are in business to do. Momentum is a two-way street. It can go both downhill and uphill. How do you keep the train accelerating? Leadership development.
Remember, everyone’s favorite radio station is WII-FM. What’s In IT For Me. When the organization is on a roll, that is the perfect time to CRAM as much information into the heads of your leaders as possible. Leadership determines the altitude and the attitude of the workforce. When you have just successfully accomplished an objective, there is never a time when you are more anxious to add to your success. Progress is the elixir! This is true for the individual and the team. When you feel as though you are learning and gaining valuable experience, you are all in. You wake up motivated and excited about what the day will bring.
It’s a win-win for everybody. After all, if your organization is to grow, you must have capable leaders. When things are going well you want to extend the teaching/leadership aspect to as much of your organization as possible. EVERYONE WANTS TO SEE PROGRESS IN THEIR FUTURE. Here’s how to do it:
In business and coaching, you as the leader, are constantly teaching and training. What’s the difference? You go to school and receive a high school education. In the business world you receive both an education and training. Ask your high school sophomore if he wants sex education or sex training. See the difference? There is a simple way to train people to perform. It’s called the PESOS system. Mexican money. Here’s how it works. It is, of course, an acronym.
The first thing that you do is to PREPARE your pupil for the task. What is it EXACTLY that you want me to do? What is the why and because that makes the task important? Where does it fit in to the “big picture”? Etc.
The second step is to EXPLAIN how the task is to be performed.
Step three is to SHOW your student how to perform the task by performing it yourself.
Number 4: You OBSERVE the mentee performing the task. You do this for as long as it takes for the student to get the job done right. You critique, analyze, and continuously correct until you are happy with the quality of performance.
Finally, you SUPERVISE. What does that mean? It means that you track the results. If the results are not satisfactory then you return to the OBSERVE step and make the appropriate correction. If you are receiving good results than you move on to the next task and collect your PESOS. In this way, the student will also become the teacher/trainer. You are building your organization and developing your leaders.
An organization will only advance to the level of its leadership. This is a key point. This is a key point!
I said that twice on purpose. Your organization will advance concurrently as the leaders in your organization develop. That gives you two areas to focus upon. First, you NEVER stop developing leaders. If your product explodes in the marketplace you cannot expand unless you have the leadership to supervise expansion. Developing leaders is essential. Second, you must constantly develop yourself and realize that personal growth is a never-ending operation. As the world becomes more complex and information and knowledge double every 3 years or so, it is more essential than ever for you to CONTINUE to grow as a leader and a person.
Just as the train needs to be continually fueled to pick up and maintain its speed, BIG MO must continually be fed INSPIRATION.
Aminul Laskar32 minutes ago
brother in india how many ruppees of this book
DJ Sam Smite1 hour ago
This was fantastic. 👍🏿 I’ve never heard of Simon. I am going to check out the rest of his content
sebastian blake2 hours ago
wow number 3 really hit me hard.
Alfran Khan3 hours ago
hey Evan I am big fan of yours.
I have a question that what kind of marketing strategy did social networking platform adopt in their very initial stage how they create awareness about themselves
can u take Snapchat as a example
and answer me!!!
Jaibeer Singh Chhina5 hours ago
can you please do 10rules of success of Virat Kohli
kritika Khanna6 hours ago
EVERY POINT IS TOO GOOD TO APPLY IN LIFE…:)
PURSUE YOUR VISION
BE A GIVER
LEARN FROM CREATIVE PEOPLE
KNOW YOUR DESTINATION
BE OPEN TO THE UNKNOWN
TURN FOLLOWERS INTO LEADERS
SET UNREALISTIC GOALS
why to have one favourite point…i like every single words of him!!!! 100% worth watching 36 min 11 seconds
Paweł Wolnicki7 hours ago
I can feel good by not giving to the homeless as they have chosen their life in our socialist country :)
James Crossley4 hours ago
Paweł Wolnicki And you know this how? were you ever homeless? No you were not. Funny thing is based off of the fact that, THAT is what you chose to comment on. You would be homeless if you hadn’t had people to support you your whole life. Have something terrible happen and you loose everything out of nowhere and have no family to speak of.
Deep9 hours ago
hey Evan…if u can analyse the Bhagvat Geeta and present the learning through your videos….it would be amazing.
pls make it
NoNickName3 hours ago
Deep are you joking.
Deep3 hours ago
NoNickName what’s your problem ?
what makes you to think that I am joking or my message is improper or I am a lazy guy ? I am just requesting Evan . I can’t understand what makes u uncomfortable in my comment.
KeepItCrump10 hours ago