TED Talks in 2 Min. | Leadership

Popular TED Talks simplified and explained in less than 2 minutes. This video covers the TED Talk by Simon Sinek on successful leadership.

Video transcript:

Trying to sell stuff? Ask yourself the question “why.” The answer better be impressive. If it’s not, then change your “why.” Find a better “why.” Why did you design this new product? Does it address a gap? Does it fix something or does it simply imitate? Apple sold its products by having a unique “why.” So what was Apple’s “why”? Apple believes in thinking differently and in challenging the status quo through its amazing innovations and world-class designs. Successful leaders always have a fantastic “why.” People who agree with this “why” get inspired and follow. Over 250,000 believers gathered for King Martin Luther’s speech, not because they liked him, but because they liked his “why.” What is your “why” story? Do share it with us today.

Original TED Talk by Simon Sinek: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qp0HIF3SfI4

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