Starting with our ‘why’. Thank you Simon Sinek.

I am enjoying, and being deeply impacted by, Simon Sinek’s bestselling Start With Why (2009). His succinct and eloquent TED talk is justifiably the second most viewed of all time. Sinek argues that a key to a healthy business is to identify, or create, a cause to live for and fight for. At the centre—at the core—there has to be an answer to the question “Why does this company exist?” And the answer … Continue Reading →

Revolution, Reformation and Entrepreneurs

Revolutionaries fight for control of what already exists. The battle can be short, but it is always costly. There have to be losers. Much usually gets destroyed in the fight, including the victor’s moral, and spiritual, integrity. Reformers fight to change what already exists. The battle is usually long and costly. The outcome uncertain. Entrepreneurs build something out of nothing. They build the new, the beautiful, the life-giving, where there is … Continue Reading →