Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
- Canongate Books Ltd
- Publication Date:
- 13 January 2011
- Advice On Careers & Achieving Success
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I absolutely LOVE this book! Thank you Daniel Pink, for helping me understand why I found it so hard to be motivated by corporate compensation plans and how important the elements of intrinsic motivation (autonomy, mastery, and purpose) are to my well-being.
Motivation. The limited circumstances when cash can be a motivator. How it's a de-motivator otherwise. Discusses Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose and how those are the best motivators.
A great read with lots of relevant and applicable advice. I'll likely re-read this again in the future.
Drive is a wonderful book that offers a tremendous amount of insight, not only into what motivates us to do the work we do, but also into organizational behavior and how that can impact our happiness in our work. I learned a lot about myself and why I'm sometimes unhappy about my job. It really brought a lot into focus for me.
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