The three pillars of a business’s responsibility are: Advancing a Purpose Protecting the people involved with the business Generating profits The order of communication of its responsibility separate an infinite minded business from a finite minded business. Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book The Infinite Game
“The responsibility of a business is to use its will and resources to advance a cause greater than itself , protect the people and places in which it operates and generate more resources so that it can continue doing all those things for as long as possible.” This is the essence of playing an infiniteContinue reading “Understanding the responsibility of a business in an infinite game”
Well intended finite minded leaders often have the perspective of “making money to do good.” An infinite perspective on service however is : “Doing good first and then making money” The order of information brings out the true intention and separates an infinite minded leader from that of a finite minded leader. Adopted from SimonContinue reading “Doing good first and then making money”
A visionary founder’s instinct cannot be passed on from one generation to another. Only when a vision in the form of a “Just Cause” is preserved on paper , can it be handed down from generation to generation. Like the American Declaration of Independence which is a written statement of Just Cause , a writtenContinue reading “Why is it critical to pen down a “Just Cause”?”
“Great leaders are optimists.This is not the same as being positive.Positivity finds the light in the now , optimists see the light always” Adopted from Simon Sinek’s great quotes
“The ability to adopt an infinite mindset is a prerequisite for any leader who aspires to leave their organization in better shape than they found it.” Adopted from Simon Sinek’s great quotes.
“Followers want to be taken care of.Leaders want to take care of others.Be the leader you wish you had.” Adopted from Simon Sinek’s great quotes.
Finite minded leaders with a bias towards “resources” before “will” willingly adjust their cultures to meet their priorities. People are pitted against each other in such a low trust work culture which can eventually lead to ethical fading. Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book The Infinite Game
“The postmortem after any scandal or case of ethical fading nearly always reveals a failure of leadership in creating a trust based work culture.” Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book The Infinite Game
“Leaders are not by definition responsible for the results.Leaders are responsible for the people who are responsible for the results.” Hence this is a job that requires constant attention. Adopted from Simon Sinek’s book titled The Infinite Game