This Monday’s motivation sinhala video is based on a book called Start with why by Simon Sinek.
අද මම කතා කරන්නේ සයිමන් සිනෙක් කියලා ඇමරිකන් මහත්තයෙක් ලියපු “start with why” කියන පොතෙන් අපිට ඉගෙන ගන්න පුලුවන් වැදගත් කාරණාවක් ගැන. මේ පොතේ සරලව කතා වෙන්නේ හැම දෙයක්ම කරන්න කලින් කොහොමද කරන්නේ, මොකක්ද කරන්නේ කියලා හිතනවට වඩා ඇයි කරන්නේ කියලා හිතීමෙන් තමන්ගේ ගමන සාරථක කර ගන්න පුලුවන් විදියක් ගැන.
Simon Sinek is a American speaker and an author who’s work primarily focused on creating a better work environment. In this book “Start with why” he talks about how great leaders inspire their followers just by asking the question why.
Key points of this motivation Sinhala Video
1) You already know what you do and how you doing it.
2) If you don’t have a reason for what you doing then you will loose your motivation very easy.
3) Always ask the question why you doing it.
How to adopt this to our sinhala motivation
Simon says people who ask the question why always end up having a happier life. He says about 87 percent of people are unhappy at work and this is mainly due to they haven’t ask the question why prior to choosing their career. I see this is happening a lot in Sri Lanka. A lot of people choose their jobs, partners just because they were being told by someone else. Most people think having a good job and working in a good company makes them happy. But soon after they realise thta’s not making them happy.
This is a motivation sinhala video for those people in Sri Lanka. You need to ask the question “why” before you choose anything in life. If you are running a business then you need understand why you are doing it. You need to figure out your end goal.
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