It’s an exciting day when you get a chance to speak with someone who’s work is so in sync with your own that all you want to do is jump up and down; Ok, maybe it’s more like share their message of forward thinking along with their method to pursue happiness!
David Mead is part of New York Times best-selling author Simon Sinek’s team. You may know Simon from his famed TED Talk, “How Great Leaders Inspire” and for being a passionate thought leader that is internationally recognized and most known for his work “Start With Why.”
David and the entire Simon Sinek team turn conventional wisdom inside-out to help people and businesses achieve their best results. Results that are focused on WHY we do what we do before the WHAT and HOW of what we do.
David and I chatted about how when we are clear about our “Why” it completely shifts perceptions. It connects us to what drives and keeps us on track regardless of where we are or what we are “doing”. David also echoed a common theme here at Creative Warriors, “when you show up, show up to give, not get.”
I wanted to take a moment to call out David’s clarity of purpose and masterful communication skills with a topic that can be truly life altering. I am absolutely positive you will enjoy todays podcast as much as I enjoyed creating it for you!
Do you know YOUR why?
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