So many people are inspired by the Why and The Golden Circle. This podcast exists to deepen our understanding of The Golden Circle so we can better harness the power of Why. David Mead and Stephen Shedletzky from the Start With Why team share stories and interviews with people who are living examples of putting the Why into action.
The Only Way to Win
GO DEEP!!! In this episode, we tackle the world of football. We speak with Matt Baasch from Minnesota State University Moorehead. Specifically, we dive into their Four to Win Character Development program and find the parallels that can benefit and inspire any organization or individual.
Get It To Give It: The Hierarchy of Understanding
We explore how to avoid some of the common temptations, misinterpretations, and traps that may lead you off course as you start with Why.
The Human Side of Business
Guest Matthew Mendelsohn joins David & Stephen to share his and his team's experience of implementing their Why. Matthew leads the Fashion Division of Time International based in Indonesia. The road to living our Why is a rocky one and Matthew shares his experiences from which we can learn.
Partner to Discover Your Why
Simon shares his experience and insight on the importance of going through the Why Discovery process with another person. Learn more about the difference a partner can make in helping us discover and articulate our Why.
Truly Human Leadership
In this Spotlight edition, Stephen and David talk about the responsibility of leadership and how it can inspire people to come together to contribute toward a common cause. They discuss an event with Simon Sinek called Truly Human: A Q&A day with Simon, which took place in Brooklyn, NY in August 2013.
Harness the Power of Why (Part 3)
Stephen and David wrap up the final 2 of the 5 Principles with Peter Docker. This time it's Being and Doing, followed by Relationship. Here are a couple of links that are referenced during the episode:
David Marquet's TEDx talk, How Great Leaders Serve Others - http://youtu.be/DLRH5J_93LQ
Peter Docker's article on the 5 Principles - http://ge.tt/5bM0XmX1?c
Customer ReviewsSee All
I love the content, but the casual, self-congratulatory banter between the hosts detracts from the inspirational potential of this podcast. Clean it up, bring more genuine passion for your message, and you will have a much bigger impact.
Some useful info but way too many derisive comments
I listened to the episode called The Hierarchy of Understanding and while there was some good information, I found the hosts to be very condescending. Stop deriding those who don’t meet your standards and saying how they missed the mark of how to start with why. Focus more on the principles of this idea and how people can implement it instead. I found the episode really hard to listen to and found myself cringing at the hosts’ disparaging comments. Yes, we get it, you’re the experts. Just stop rubbing it in our faces already.
This was disappointing, and I am a big fan of Simon .. it didn’t feel genuine, was very scripted, and poor comedy