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Simon Sinek has a very interesting perspective on how we should approach our work. Here is an excerpt:

Finite games are played by known players. They have fixed rules. And there is an agreed-upon objective that, when reached, ends the game

Infinite games, in contrast, are played by known and unknown players. There are no exact or agreed-upon rules. Though there may be conventions or laws that govern how the players conduct themselves, within those broad boundaries, the players can operate however they want. 

...to succeed in the Infinite Game of business, we have to stop thinking about who wins or who's the best and start thinking about how to build organizations that are strong enough and healthy enough to stay in the game for many generations to come. 


How can you shift your mindset to an "Infinite Game"?
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