Daily Morning Awesomeness (20 Photos)

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  • MacNCheesePro

    #14 No matter what you do, you will never be this awesome!

  • konaehukai

    #14. No Ms. Black, You cannot get a ride to school.

  • Hancois

    #14 Looks a hell of a lot more like Sheen than Depp.

  • Steve

    #16 GOOD TIMES.

  • willkm75

    #14 #20 AWESOME

  • Balorati

    #14 That doesn't really look like Johnny Depp…looks a lot like Charlie Sheen though…

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  • Kc13

    so much awesome in one spot. the guys, not the blow-up doll.

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  • Carl

    I actually have some cricitism for Sinek.What matters is not so much that Why comes first, but that a GOOD Why comes first.We could move from Why to What and still be uninspiring:Why -> To make moneyHow-> With technologyWhat -> We make airplanes Starting with Why doesn’t help at all if you have a sucky Why. He claims that to make money doesn’t count as a Why , it’s only a Result . But really, it is a Why, it’s just an uninspiring Why. Maybe that’s nitpicking, I don’t know.But I’m wondering about these examples, too. Perhaps Apple’s Why is to make money , and their How is be innovative , and their What is make computers and stuff . Sinek seems to measure success via sales. He says that other people made music players (for instance) and nobody bought one . But if that’s how we measure success, then how does Apple compare to Microsoft? Apple follows the Why pattern, according to Sinek, and presumably Microsoft doesn’t. And yet Microsoft sells more product and makes more money. (Alright so the Zune was trounced by the iPod, but Windows trounces Mac OS). Does this invalidate Sinek’s theory?Sinek says that the limbic brain is responsible for all human decision-making. Gee, what does the rest of the brain do? I mean, sure, obviously the limbic brain is very important, but let’s not neglect the neocortex.Yes, sometimes we have gut feelings , which we follow instead of rational analysis. But sometimes we ignore those feelings in favor of rational analysis. That’s how we get rid of irrational fears, for instance.Tivo, by the way, is in fact making a profit.In the end, I still agree that Why is important. You have to know what your true mission is, and making money is a pretty dumb mission. I just feel like Sinek is stretching his argument.

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