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Simon Sinek - We Need To Change

Simon Sinek - We Need To Change

Simon Sinek - Change

Simon Sinek reflects on the fact that society's narcissism and self-interest reflects on their leaders.


"... which is are our politicians a reflection of us. Are our politicians a mirror raised to us, and should we be the first to throw stones, or should we accept that maybe we get the politicians we deserve? If we want them to change, maybe we should change ourselves. Maybe we're the ones who are divisive. Maybe we're the ones who are narcissistic. Maybe we're the only who are putting our interests ahead of the interests of everybody else. If you look at the way that we're raising our kids or running our companies, I don't know we can say that we're better. Maybe instead of demanding that they change, maybe we should demand that we change and take some accountability for our own actions, and maybe then we'll get the politicians we deserve."

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