Simon Sinek spends his life teaching leaders how to inspire others. As an author he is best known for popularizing the concept of “the golden circle” and to “Start With Why”, described by TED as “a simple but powerful model for inspirational leadership”. His 2 TED talks have been viewed nearly 40 million times, so his credentials are solid!
In this short video he discusses the best way to start your presentation. What’s the frame that will get you going?
He believes that the single most important way to present an idea is to come with a spirit of giving – regardless of what industry you work in.
“The amazing thing is that when you show up wanting nothing in return… people become fans; people become curious for more and that’s when the idea of trust and co-operation starts to evolve… it immediately makes the presentation vastly more effective.”
You can watch the video and be inspired here: