8 Uncomfortable Insights From Simon Sinek’s Leaders Eat Last

📒 Small ingredients that will make the difference in your Leadership recipe.

Filipe Silva
5 min readMay 5, 2021
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More than a book about how to be a good leader, this is a book on why we need great leadership, what it looks like and how we suffer without it. You still get plenty of advice on how to reach your best as a leader though. The first principles are all there: leaders go first and, after great leadership, incredible things will follow.

There’s a price to pay though.

Leaders just have to put the needs of others above their own.

#1 — The cultures that we love to rave about aren’t just built by leaders. But they go first.

Great organizations have great cultures. To build these cultures we need leaders providing cover from above, so people on the ground, feeling safe, can just look out for each other.

#2 — The best leaders will establish relationships with you.

For a species that spends so much time on social networks, we forget a lot that we are social animals. It’s through being social that we get to know each other, form relationships, and gain trust. When we lead it…



Filipe Silva

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