The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek Infinite games, like football or chess, the players are known, the rules are settled, and the endpoint is evident. The champs and losers are effortlessly identified. In infinite games, like business or legislative issues or life itself, the players come and go, the rules are changeable, and there's no characterized endpoint. There are no winners or failures in an infinite game; there's only ahead and behind. The more I begun to get it the distinction between limited and infinite games, the more I started to see boundless diversions all around us. I began to see that numerous of the battles that organizations confront exist basically since their pioneers were playing with a limited attitude in an unbounded amusement. These organizations tend to slack behind in development, optional exertion, assurance, and eventually execution.