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Brought to you by Penguin. 

A revolutionary approach to long term business strategy from the best-selling author of start with why. 

The New York Times best-selling author of Start With Why, Leaders Eat Last, and Together is Better offers a bold new approach to business strategy by asking one question: are you playing the finite game or the infinite game? 

In The Infinite Game, Sinek applies game theory to explore how great businesses achieve long-lasting success. He finds that building long-term value and healthy, enduring growth - that playing the infinite game - is the only thing that matters to your business.

©2018 Simon Sinek (P)2018 Penguin Audio

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Excellent !

Ce livre est incontournable à toute personne qui souhaite occuper une place de leader. Il prend à contre pied les normes et croyances populaires. Préparez vous pour un voyage dans une autre dimension ! Là où le bien être des êtres humains est la priorité de nos sociétés.

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A bit too preaching but still an agreable book

I think it was a good book. At times I got a bit jittery with all the preaching and moralizing. And of course ... that’s the purpose of the book. It is, on the one hand a business book and deals with results and effectiveness - yet it is also and perhaps more so, a book about ethics, leadership and vision. Like with so many books, the writer has a few good points, some quite brilliant; but it’s not enough for a full book, so he’s set up to fill the resulting emptiness with anecdotes and repetition. A summary of the book would do well enough.

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Infinite it up

Simon Sinek was made to speak inspiration. Love you dude ❤️ I live to serve

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Exceptionnel !

Merci pour ce livre qui a changé radicalement ma vie et ma manière de voir le monde !

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Another inspiring book by Simon Sinek

Simon shares some ideas on why it is vital for a leader to take care of his team first, as it will benefit the customers. And the investors should be the last beneficiaries in the process. In this order : team, customers, investors. He advocates abandonning the theories of Milton Friedman, consisting of sacrificing the people in order de to save the numbers. Let's have the courage to sacrifice the numbers in order to save the people. Companies who embrace this philosophy are profitable and longer lasting.

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  • J Thomas
  • 28/02/2020

Visionary and Courageous

Even though Simon Sinek has built on the original work of Professor James P. Carse, he has managed to package a message of courage and a vision that would not only be more sustainable and valuable to society, but to any business as well. The fact that Simon narrates the content himself is a major plus - it is not a dull reading, but full of passion and conviction. The content is thought provoking on an individual level but should also be shared and considered at a business leadership level. The life we live and the activities we engage in to sustain our journey requires a different mindset than the one most of us where taught or conditioned to accept. "Life is a journey, not a destination" the familiar quote from Ralph Waldo Emerson goes, but soon we may be saying to each other : "Life is an infinite game" as per Simon Sinek, when we want people or corporations to focus on advancing a just cause, building teams that trust, to study and welcome worthy rivals, be prepared to flex and have the courage to lead. This is the insight: we must stop aiming at a fictional "destination" where we can be declared "the winner" - there are no "winners" in business or of life!

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  • Arnold
  • 27/10/2020

Great Listen

This book really makes you think and reasses all of your actions. Through the lense of an infinite game, the world makes more sense

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  • Leon Streete
  • 08/10/2020

infinite mindset

Were you inspired by this book is the closing question. in a nutshell, yes! Being driven by something higher and in service, can never truly be completed - it's infinite. Thank you for the reminder Simon

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  • Anonymous User
  • 25/07/2020

Great insight

Wow, what a great book, really learned a lot from it. Highly recommended this book.

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  • Eleonora Valenti
  • 10/07/2020

I like the concept, was expecting more meat

The concept is good but I felt it was treated in a more general fashion than I was expecting, not very actionable. Start with why was more concrete. Interesting examples in business anyway

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  • Ntuthuko
  • 11/05/2020

awesome thanks.

it is a great book, I love it, the author Simon Sinek is always on point, and he did the same with this book... would have wrote an infinite review, but this box, have finite space.😊

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  • Rachel L
  • 16/04/2020

Great concepts but was a bit long

Love the concepts and way of thinking infinitely and what that means in practice. Did go on a bit long though. could have been summed up a bit faster.

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  • Cliff Neo
  • 29/03/2020

A good read

loved it. simon narrated it very well. inspirational and clear up a mindset I've been having for awhile.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 21/02/2020

Worth every minute

I'll probably listen to this again. And it will be worth it again. Also worth a share to my fellow Management team.

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  • Toome Corporated PTY LTD
  • 18/02/2020

Relevant for the right thinking in business today

This book for me articulates the growing train of thinking (philosophically) required for long-term success in today’s business climate which rightly so is becoming more and more focused on the customer and matching a companies cause to its customers ethical view of what a company should do both for them and the community it serves both locally and globally...the companies that align themselves with this inspiring view are justifiably benefiting from this more and more in an “infinite” way...welcome to the brave new world... Maybe another way to put it...companies will be richly rewarded in the brave new world by all who adopt an infinite mindset in and out of the boardroom not because they have to but because they feel compelled to do so. These same people will typically Dare to Lead their people with empathy and compassion, Multiplying their peoples capacities and turning off products and services that will “add” to the world not at its expense...this is a much needed mindset shift required in our world to tackle more than corporate greed and responsibility but a required shift from humanity itself on a personal and collective scale.