These are the components an INFINITE MINDED leader considers in the INFINITE GAME of business

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from his book The Infinite Game

This is what can help gauge the “true value of an organization”

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from his book The Infinite Game “The true value of an organization is measured by the desire others have to contribute to that organization’s ability to keep succeeding, not just during the time they are there, but well beyond their own tenure.”

This is why “infinite mindset” is the only option in the “infinite game of life”

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from his book The Infinite Game “If we believe trust, cooperation and innovation matter to the long-term prospects of our organizations, then we have only one choice—to learn how to play with an infinite mindset.”

The building blocks of high performance teams

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from the book The Infinite Game “Strong relationships are the foundation of high-performing teams. And all high-performing teams start with trust.”

This is why great leaders strive to be “better” not the “best”

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from his book The Infinite Game “Infinite-minded leaders understand that “best” is not a permanent state. Instead, they strive to be “better.” “Better” suggests a journey of constant improvement and makes us feel like we are being invited to contribute our talents and energies toContinue reading “This is why great leaders strive to be “better” not the “best””

This explains the difference between FINITE and INFINITE thinking

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from his book The Infinite Game “To ask What’s best for me” is finite thinking. To ask, “What’s best for us” is infinite thinking.”

How to choose the best fit organization to work for?This would help

To choose the best fit organization for ourselves – 1) Our individual WHY should align with the WHY or purpose of the department to which we belong to 2)In turn these should roll up to the overall WHY or purpose of existence of the organization Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon SinekContinue reading “How to choose the best fit organization to work for?This would help”

This is why we should always compete with ourselves

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from his book Start With Why “When you compete against everyone else, no one wants to help you. But when you compete against yourself, everyone wants to help you.”

Two ways to influence human behavior , as a leader which of these do you adopt?

Adopted from the following great insight shared by Simon Sinek from his book Start With Why “There are only two ways to influence human behavior: you can manipulate it or you can inspire it.”