“Weak” v/s “Strong” leader – Simon Sinek quote


The following inspiring quote from Simon Sinek , aptly illustrates the difference between “weak” and “strong” leaders….

“Weak leaders want their people to do as they say. Strong leaders want their people to do as they think.” — Simon Sinek

Leadership responsibility – Simon Sinek quote


Please find below a very inspiring quote from Simon Sinek on leadership responsibility….

“The responsibility of leadership is not to come up with all the ideas. The responsibility of leadership is to create an environment in which great ideas can thrive.” — Simon Sinek

Leadership is about caring for those in charge – Simon Sinek quote


Leadership is like parenting and taking care of those in charge to inspire and get the best out of those who work for the leaders..

The following Simon Sinek quote wonderfully describes this aspect of leadership…

“The leaders who get the most out of their people are the leaders who care most about their people.” — Simon Sinek

Leadership Paradox – Being “Stubborn” as well as “open minded”


The following quote of Simon Sinek explains why it is indeed so tough to be a true leader…..

“One of the best paradoxes of leadership is a leader’s need to be both stubborn and open-minded. A leader must insist on sticking to the vision and stay on course to the destination. But he must be open-minded during the process. “

Simon Sinek


Difference between “Weak” & “Strong” leader – The Simon Sinek way


The following quote truly differentiates a weak leader from a “true” leader.

“A weak leader likes to tell us how many people work for them. A great leader is humbled to tell us how many people they work for.” — Simon Sinek

The DNA of “high performance teams” – The Simon Sinek Way


The book “Together is Better” by Simon Sinek tells us that human beings by nature love to socialize and try to find like minded individuals “who believe in what they believe”. This has been true right from the caveman times.

When like minded people form part of same teams , trust emerges , the synergistic benefits get realized , fulfillment happens and astonishing results follow.

We see numerous such examples in our workplaces as well wherein trusting teams produce much better results and are much more motivated than teams filled with cynicism and distrust.

The following amazing quote of Simon Sinek summarizes high performance teams , the need of every workplace.

“A team is not a group of people who work together. A team is a group of people who trust each other.” — Simon Sinek

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Art of persuasion is all about the “WHY” – The Simon Sinek Way


At many stages of life , we all would have come across different persuasion skills and techniques.

The best one till date , I have come across , is the one that persuades a person on the basis of his/her WHY.

Please see below , one of my most favorite quotes of Simon Sinek that captures the essence of persuasion via the “WHY”.

“Our minds can be convinced, but our hearts must be won.” — Simon Sinek

“Stress” v/s “Passion” – The Simon Sinek Way


In our work lives we all search for fulfillment but rarely find so.

There are occasions though wherein at the end of the day we feel fulfilled but we find it very difficult to articulate the exact reason as to why we feel good at times and not at other times.

After having slogged for long hours at work we sometimes feel fulfilled yet sometimes very stressed out.

The following quote from Simon Sinek is so clear and crisp that I was able to very well relate to the same , hope this spreads motivation around as well.

“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called Stress. Working hard for something we love is called Passion.” — Simon Sinek


Definition of “Success”- The Simon Sinek Way


Another crisp and crystal clear Simon Sinek quote that is not only inspiring to the core but very realistic as well..

We all dream to reach a destination but only when we realize that what we have dreamt has translated to reality is when we realize SUCCESS.

“Success is when reality catches up to your imagination.” — Simon Sinek

Difference between “Vision” & “Goal” – The Simon Sinek way


What fascinates me about Simon Sinek is the ease with which he articulates his thoughts and make them sound so real. This is precisely the reason his thoughts resonate with me.

One such example is his difference between Goal and Vision.

The difference between vision and a goal is the finish line.

A goal is 26.2 miles. You can simply count the metrics and know when you’ve completed your goal.

A vision is having a crystal clear sense of what the finish line looks like, but no idea of how far away it is.

— Simon Sinek,