He’s my YouTube crush, you guys. I love Simon Sinek and like, for most of us, it started with his Ted Talk in 2010. If you’ve seen it before, watch it again. Seriously, this video is like magic and each year it speaks to me on a new level.
2. Love what you’re doing and do it well. OK so I really believe that if all humans were a little more like Simon, the world would be a much better place. He gives credit to the small acts, knowing they cause a ripple effect that may one day translate to big acts. I’m pretty sure in each video I’m going to repeat how much I love him.
3. You’re not nervous, you’re excited. I LOVED this mindset change… I use it all the time. Look forward to the challenges in your life… you’re not here for an easy ride, you’re here for an amazing ride!!!
4. This is one I’ve listened to in the car several times. Step away from peer pressure marketing, manipulative strategies and fear tactics and be genuine… speak what you believe and allow people to be naturally drawn to you.
5. Do not obsess over your competition. He tells some of the same stories in the previous video but each time it’s a reminder on how important this lesson is!
He’s great, right? I mean, I know you already knew that but diving into other videos of his is food for the soul! I’ll see you tomorrow as we start the LAST TEN DAYS!!!!
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