This is Why You Don't SUCCEED - One of the Best Motivational Speeches Ever

  • Published on Sep 14, 2017
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    Simon Sinek speaking about Millennials in the workplace of today, and social media addiction. IT IS ONE OF THE BEST SPEECH THAT I’VE EVER HEARD. ►►►►Simon Sinek’s BOOK : Together is better

  • MAD Lab
    MAD Lab 1 month ago

    Your Speech is highly Addictive...

  • Tom Ripley
    Tom Ripley 3 weeks ago (edited)

    He's right. Turn off your phone when you're alone in the house and count how many times you instinctively reach for it and how desolate you feel without that connection. It's scary the hold these devices have over us. I'm turning mine off after I've written this...but I might check in at 10.00, 10.05, 10.10, 10.15, 10.20 to see if I've had any likes or if anyone thinks I'm cute.

  • Great Vibes
    Great Vibes 1 week ago

    Simon Sinek what an incredible speaker he is

  • 1MinuteFlipDoc
    1MinuteFlipDoc 1 week ago

    the background music is melodramatic and distracting.

  • Victor Gomez
    Victor Gomez 3 weeks ago

    I'm tired of the same old pattern every single day. I need change. I want change. I will change. Anyone with me?

  • Jordan Lelion
    Jordan Lelion 1 month ago

    The interviewer didn't even have a chance to ask him a question.

  • BobbyNakka
    BobbyNakka 3 weeks ago

    Seriously he was describing everyone these days not just millennials.

  • Dihelson Mendonca
    Dihelson Mendonca 2 weeks ago (edited)

    The ENTIRE WORLD should watch. This is exactly what is happening. This is why our world is getting crazy each day.

  • Luis Bueno
    Luis Bueno 1 week ago

    Want a life change, search Way Maker Spanish

  • Coo
    Coo 3 months ago (edited)

    12:18 When you realize everything he is saying is true

  • Neo Midgar
    Neo Midgar 3 weeks ago

    How in the hell did the video's editor think it was a clever idea to add some sad ass music to a MOTIVATIONAL video, in which the audience is actually happy and laughing ? -_-'

    DARCY WRIGHT 3 weeks ago

    The Cell Phone is a Cigarette.

  • Natalia c
    Natalia c 1 week ago

    Motivational speeches only feed into procrastination, making people feel like they're doing something productive when they're really just binging. They are also like fad diets or "3-week detox programs", they motivate you for a short period of time, they don't have the long-lasting effects that are really needed for a person to achieve something.

  • Peepeh
    Peepeh 2 weeks ago

    I disagree with the first thing, my grandfather who was born with a foot disease and in poverty wanted to be a volleyball player. He had to be coddled. Because his parents said he was special he always wanted to work up to that standard. He managed to be the best volleyball athlete on his team in highschool, got to college by hard work and became a professional volleyball player in Mexico. After that he was one of the founders of a college. All that, because he was told that he was special, a person, not just a low-class pleb that can’t walk straight.

  • George Doumanian
    George Doumanian 1 month ago

    Excellent speech! This is one of the reasons I love training jiu's the one place I can go where no one is on there phones. We all talk to each other, bond and form friendships, and no one picks up there phones until they're leaving. I never really thought about this until right now. Those bonds wouldn't be so deep if everyone were just looking at their phones in between sets instead of engaging with each other.

  • Jamilaa Ali
    Jamilaa Ali 3 weeks ago

    I am 22 years old still got 2 more years to finish college. I thought I would be successful by now. It makes me insecure since many graduated my age. But I understand it does not mean anything. This video opened my eyes it is all about confidence and fucking hard work!! Slowly I am overcoming anxiety and I will get there I know it!!!!!!

  • Renan Quarterback 7
    Renan Quarterback 7 1 week ago (edited)

    Great speech, but those people looks dumb, laughing for no reason... my Goodness!

  • Brandi Ship
    Brandi Ship 3 weeks ago

    You lost me at Millennials.

  • Petsr Hazel
    Petsr Hazel 1 week ago

    So let me see if I understand - Simon has never invented a revolutionary product and/or built a fortune 50 company yet he wants people to take him seriously. hmmm. I think I will just give him a thumbs down and move on. I don't like people who have never accomplished anything in their life telling others what success is. His kind make money from selling BS to the ignorant. My advice to Simon is to accomplish something extraordinary and then come back and tell us how you did it.