What We've Watched and Read to Learn Valuable Lessons in Business and Life

Start With Why

Simon Sinek

Simon Sinek presents a simple but powerful model for how leaders inspire action, starting with a golden circle and the question "Why?" His examples include Apple, Martin Luther King, and the Wright brothers -- and as a counterpoint Tivo, which (until a recent court victory that tripled its stock price) appeared to be struggling.

Conscious Capitalism

Adam Goodman

Ever wonder if a company’s purpose is more than simply maximizing investor returns? Adam Goodman challenges your fundamental conception of capitalism and empowers executives to think differently about their role in society.

Business is About Purpose

R. Edward Freeman

R. Edward "Ed" Freeman is a prolific educator, consultant, and speaker, best known for his work on the topics of Stakeholder Management and Business Ethics. He also teaches Leading with Meaning, helping organizations create a culture that brings out the best in everyone.

Why Business can be Good at Solving Social Problems

Michael Porter

Why do we turn to nonprofits, NGOs and governments to solve society's biggest problems? Michael Porter admits he's biased, as a business school professor, but he wants you to hear his case for letting business try to solve massive problems like climate change and access to water. Why? Because when business solves a problem, it makes a profit -- which lets that solution grow.


By: John Mackey (Co-Ceo Whole Foods Market) & Raj Sisodia

Everybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring for Your People Like Family

Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia

Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose

Tony Hsieh

Culture Eats Strategy for Lunch

By: Curt Koffman and Kathy Sorensen

Peak: How Great Companies Get Their Mojo from Maslow

Chip Conley and Tony Hsieh

It's Not What You Sell, it's What You Stand For

Roy M. Spence Jr. with Haley Rushing



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