A Guide to Simon Sinek's Book
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In The Infinite Game, Simon Sinek explains the futility of prioritizing short-term profits over long-term vision. Life, he explains, is an infinite game. Merely winning should never be the aim. We need to adopt an infinite mindset and learn to embrace a cause that is bigger than us.
What does this SNAP Summary Include?
- Synopsis of the original book
- Key takeaways from each chapter
- What it means for leaders have an infinite mindset and how it helps their business
- How to build effective teams and allocate resources
- Editorial Review
- Background on Simon Sinek
About the Original Book:
Why do some organizations thrive for so long while others rise and fall by the wayside? Simon Sinek believes it’s because they find a just cause or vision worth pursuing. Organizations that pursue financial gain at the expense of employees and consumers initially make huge profits but ultimately end up bankrupt. Sinek uses numerous examples to build his case for the need for organizations to hire infinite-minded leaders. These leaders understand that it’s possible to win the battle and lose the war. Therefore, every decision made must be about playing the infinite game.
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