Winning a finite game no more than a “dopamine” shot

A finite game is one where players are fixed , rules are fixed and time is limited.

“Winning” matters in a finite game and as a result finite games are played by players led by finite minded leaders.Winning is for the short term and is hardly able to stand the test of time.The effect is temporary wherein a win results in a “dopamine” flow.

On the other hand guided by a long term vision an infinite minded leader enables a player to play an infinite game wherein the respective players guided by the vision attain fulfillment instead of just a temporary “dopamine” shot.

Simon Sinek touches upon these aspects in “The Infinite Game”

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