"The deepest reasons
for our actions are not
negotiable; they are “hard-wired” within us. We don’t even have the
ability to change our
own motivation on a moment’s notice, much less
"We rarely argue about our motivational factors
directly. Usually, we argue about something more tangible."
"When we ask someone to do what they already want to
do, no 'motiv-ational techniques' are necessary."
"If our work satisfies our strongest motiv-ations,
we will feel as though we are produ-cing value in the world. If not, we
might grow to dread our jobs."
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