Your Why to Inspire
Your Why – your higher purpose, cause or belief – is a statement of who you are. You are who you are no matter what you do or where you go. Your Why is applicable in every aspect of your life, not just your work. Simon Sinek shares more on that in this short video clip.
He offers a 5-step exercise, from his online Why Discovery Course, that can help you begin to put words to your Why.
Why are your friends your friends?
Finding your Why can be a challenge. However, your friends can be a great resource in your quest to discover it. All you need to do is talk to them. Not only is this a fun exercise, it will also provide some invaluable insight into some of your closest relationships.
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Fore more tools and resources to inspire and to discover your Why, visit www.startwithwhy.com.
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The Golden Circle to Inspire
To make it easier for you to share The Golden Circle to inspire those around you, we’ve developed a simple slide deck. This can help you show and explain the concept to inspire others.
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Fore more tools and resources to inspire, visit CarynElizabethPodcast
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Great ideas alone don’t change our world for the better. Great ideas that inspire us to take action do.
Public Speaking to Inspire
This 10 page guide provides 11 tips and ideas from Simon Sinek on how to speak in front of groups in a way that inspires people to take action.
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For more inspiration check out our podcast here.
Thank you Simon Sinek for sharing these tools to inspire us. And thank you reader for being a part of our movement to inspire and live in service to others!