What is “finite exhaustion”?

When we play an infinite game with a finite mindset often we try to achieve quick wins by trying to meeting short term targets and goals. Though this is good in the short term , trying to win a rat race has its own set of shortcomings.It results in huge amount of stress and fatigueContinue reading “What is “finite exhaustion”?”

What is the mission statement of Sweetgreen?

Sweetgreen has a huge base of loyal customers who choose the brand for delivering its promise on “simple , seasonal and healthy” food. The mission statement of Sweetgreen unearthed from its website is worth having a look. Our Story “Our mission is to inspire healthier communities by connecting people to real food. We know thatContinue reading “What is the mission statement of Sweetgreen?”

What are the five factors that qualify a “cause” as a “just cause” ?

Simon Sinek in his book titled “The Infinite Game” mentions the need of having a “Just cause” as one of the necessary prerequisites for playing an infinite game with an infinite mindset. Since a “just cause” needs to be long term oriented to inspire people to be part of it hence Simon Sinek has providedContinue reading “What are the five factors that qualify a “cause” as a “just cause” ?”

Ever heard about Svalbard Global Seed Vault?

Svalbard Global Seed Vault is the biggest and most secure seed bank in Norway.This bears ample testimony to the vision of the iconic botanist . agronomist , geneticist Nikolai Vavilov from the Soviet Union. Vavilov had an infinite mindset that inspired his followers to follow his vision & just cause of creating a seed backContinue reading “Ever heard about Svalbard Global Seed Vault?”

Why a “Just Cause” makes sense for every organization

A “Just Cause” is defined as the futuristic vision aimed towards engaging employees of an organization for achievement of fulfillment in their lives.This is solely driven by the sense of meaning in the vision that makes monetary short term benefits insignificant to an employee of an organization. Needlessly to say taking baby steps towards thatContinue reading “Why a “Just Cause” makes sense for every organization”

How “WHY” is different from “Just Cause”

Simon Sinek who introduced the concept of WHY , has very aptly mentioned the difference between WHY and “Just Cause”(One of the pre-requisite for Infinite mindset) in his wonderful book titled “The Infinite Game”. WHY gives a sense of purpose in our lives whereas a “Just Cause” is the vision which we move towards toContinue reading “How “WHY” is different from “Just Cause””

Organizations working towards a “just cause”

Organizations that work for the advancement of a just cause , work towards a vision that is expected to be realized in future which if realized can advance society at large. Such kind of vision makes monetary & short term benefits irrelevant.In such organizations people like their work but most importantly love their jobs sinceContinue reading “Organizations working towards a “just cause””

Nikolai Vavilov and his just cause

Nikolai Vavilov was a renowned Soviet agronomist , botanist & geneticist who had a vision of creating a bank of plant seeds to protect the world from famine and similar disasters due to the unavailability of crops and plant seeds. His vision became the “just cause” which got his fellow doctors so engaged that evenContinue reading “Nikolai Vavilov and his just cause”

Importance of a just cause in an infinite game

Just cause is a vision which has not been realized but a cause that is worthy enough for believers to even be ready to sacrifice their lives. The goal of an infinite fame is not to win but to keep playing for the future realization of something bigger than ourselves. Hence the importance of theContinue reading “Importance of a just cause in an infinite game”

Making the most of your “mentor” – Tips from “Barking Up The Wrong Tree”

The author Eric Barker makes a mention of some of the following key points to get the best out of a chosen mentor Be A worthy pupil Follow up with them and keep in touch Study them really hard Do not waste time of a mentor asking questions Google can answer for you Do ActsContinue reading “Making the most of your “mentor” – Tips from “Barking Up The Wrong Tree””