Leaders Eat Last - Part 7: A Society of Addicts Summary & Analysis

Simon Sinek
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Alcohol can have an overwhelming grip on one’s life. Many alcoholics begin drinking in their teens. A young person’s desire to fit in and the social pressures that teenagers experience are part of maturing. Sexuality, changing bodies and self-doubt are overwhelming. Without the support of parents and teachers, teenagers can be swept away by the magic of alcohol. It blurs the lines and provides a sense of freedom, although a very temporary and false one. Other traps such as overeating, cigarettes and drugs can also calm the chaos that a teenager feels. The pleasure of these addictions comes from the desire to experience the effects of dopamine. Dopamine-induced reward systems have become a common element in the corporate world. It has made the workforce addicted to performance.

In today’s corporation, employees receive a blast of dopamine with...

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