Start with Why
An organization’s why comes from the founder and their beliefs. This is often something they believe long before their organization exists. It’s a cause that drives them constantly.
Learner’s clubs why is the acquisition of new knowledge on a regular basis and inspiring others to keep learning new things and concepts. Learning makes us intellect and helps improve us in decision making.
How we do it is gaining new knowledge from whatever sources we can books, quotes we found somewhere around or while discussions on various topics with other learned people and professionals, whereas social media and internet is a new source of learning these days.
What we do is inspiring others and keep them motivated to achieve more and learn more.
People don’t buy what you do, they buy why you do it. 5GB MP3 player Vs 1000 songs in your pocket. Creative told us WHAT their product was and Apple told us WHY we need it.
This relationship defines the difference between the Vision and a mission statement. The vision is the purpose whereas the mission is how the company will work towards its vision.
Leadership requires two things a vision of the world that does not yet exist and the ability to communicate it.
The leader sits at the top of the cone at the start, the point of WHY, while the HOW types sit below and are responsible for actually making things happen. The leader imagines the destination and how types find the route to get there.
The goal is to hire those who are passionate for your why, your purpose, cause or belief and who have the attitude that fits your culture.
When you hire people who believe what you believe, success just happens. You don’t hire for skills you hire for attitude.
Great companies don’t hire skilled people and motivate them, they hire already motivated people and inspire them.
So start finding the Why of your life which will definitely guide you towards the way to success. Your How can change and have enlarged view but keep sticking to your Why.
From the global bestseller book Start with Why by Simon Sinek.
Thanks to the Booklet Guy Amrut Deskmukh for making things little easy to learn.