Let’s start with why
I’ve always been inspired by the people around me who were passionate about things. Starting at the young age of 13, I rolled into my first student job. I kept on finding pleasure in work and seeing things grow out of teamwork. I did construction, waiting, factory work, and many more…
Now what they all had in common was at the end of the day, you had to build something which you could have never done alone. That’s when I first realized the importance of teamwork. I’ve had many team leaders over the course of +10 different jobs. Not all were great leaders, but each one taught me something new that I carry with me trying to lead people.
A few years ago, I found this amazing book Start with Why by Simon Sinek. The book didn’t bring some great new insight or lessons I didn’t already know. But it did something very special. It helped me put my purpose into words. It helped me find my Why:
I want to inspire and support people in their everyday work, so they can find joy, appreciation, and safety in it.
And we can watch them grow.