Impact & Leadership

Be A Great Leader: How To Inspire Others To Do Remarkable Things w/ Simon Sinek

June 7, 2016

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Have you ever struggled to inspire others around you? Whether it’s employees, co-workers, family or friends — being a great leader isn’t something that comes naturally to most of us.

Sure, we’d all like to be better, more effective leaders. But how?

Today, I’m thrilled to have my friend Simon Sinek, author of Leaders Eat Last, on the show to share how each of us can inspire those around us to achieve phenomenal things.

In this episode, learn how to leverage your biology to create an environment that naturally and automatically motivates others to do their best work and pull together in the face of challenges.

You’ll also learn why some teams struggle with constant infighting and failure, and why other teams are completely and wholeheartedly devoted to each other and advancing the mission of their leader and/or organization.

I was deeply moved by the insights and strategies Simon shared in this episode because, as you’ll learn, each of us has the capacity to become a great leader, if we’re brave enough to open our hearts to each other.

Once you’ve had a chance to watch, Simon and I would love to hear from you. In the comments below, let us know:

What’s the single biggest leadership insight you’re taking away from today’s episode and what’s a specific action you can take now to put it into practice?

Remember, share as much detail as possible in your reply. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration and your story may help someone else have a meaningful breakthrough.

Important: share your thoughts and ideas directly in the comments. Links to other posts, videos, etc. will be deleted as they come across as spammy.

Big thanks for watching, sharing your voice and continuing to make Tuesday one of the best days of the week.

P.S. If you have a friend, colleague or client who’s in a leadership position and could use some extra tools, insights and strategies to grow — share this post. It can make a real difference to them and their team!

With all my love and appreciation,


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