The Infinite Game Is about More Than How to Think about Business—Way More
Understanding the difference between finite and infinite games has consequences that aren’t restricted to organizations—they can also affect our personal lives and the decisions we make that shape them.
Simon Sinek is a speaker and highly respected author of several books, including the New York Times bestseller The Infinite Game. In it, he claims there are only two types of games—finite games and infinite—and why it’s important (even on a global scale) for organizations, including governments and businesses, to understand which one they’re playing.
In this week’s Silver Dollar episode, we talk about how understanding the difference between finite and infinite games has consequences that aren’t restricted to organizations—they can also affect our personal lives and the decisions we make that shape them.
Listen as we discuss how shifting your perspective to align with the characteristics of an infinite game can cause you to think about the decision-making process and its results differently. See whether you agree that such a shift would change your ideas about:
- Your legacy and what leaving a legacy even means
- The weight you give to the opinions of others
- The trajectory of your life and the future of your business
We hope you enjoy this episode and act on the advice Luke offers at the end. We’d also appreciate it if you took a moment to leave us a 5-star review and comment on Apple Podcasts. (We read them on air!) Thanks for listening!
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