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READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink

CHARACTERS ☆ Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink The New York Times bestseller that gives readers a paradigm shattering new way to think about motivation Most people believe that the best way to motivate is with rewards like money the carrot and stick approach That's a mistake says Daniel H Pink author of To Sell Is Human The Surprising Truth About Motivating Others In this p. Why am I writing this review on Goodreads anyway I m not getting paid for it There are plenty of other things I should be doing And it s not like I have a coterie of devoted followers waiting with bated breath for my next review in fact the vast majority of reviews I write here get zero comments and zero likes So why thenDRIVE has the answer I do it for me I do it for intrinsic reasons and thumb my nose at the world of extrinsic ones I do it because I derive personal pleasure from it because it challenges me to summarize and critiue succinctly because I am free to be funny irreverent scholarly deadpan conventional or wacky Now THAT S incentiveAnd you don t even have to read this whole book to get Daniel Pink s message For one he sums up each chapter in a pecan shell at the end of the book so you can read that instead next time you re at Barnes Noble Or you can visit the TED website and watch Pink sum up his message in a speech for free But if you want the dirty details read the book It s fast it s easy it s enlighteningThe book is chiefly geared toward the business community but has ramifications for all of us and in my case for the education community where I first saw it recommended It debunks the myth of the carrot and stick that rewards get results and sticks get results always No no no Science Pink says proves otherwise And he parades one case study after another to make his pointPerhaps the most salient is the encyclopedia example Back in 1995 Microsoft paid writers big bucks to write Encarta an encyclopedia it sold on CD and as software Only around 10 years later Bill Gates boys had to wave the white flag and fold up camp vanuished and defeated by a competitor that paid no one not a bloody dime and offered its encyclopedia for free That competitor Wikipedia Written by everyday Joes and Josephines the world over For nothingThen there was the Swedish blood bank Its administrators decided to cash in by switching from a donation model to a pay to bleed model What happened Blood donations plummeted Why Swedes preferred to give blood for humane reasons not for blood money They did it for intrinsic reasons not extrinsic onesSo what does this mean to businesses It means the old ways of dictatorial managers overseeing not to be trusted worker bees are over If Pink says you give workers THREE gifts autonomy mastery and purpose they will work like hell for you because it s as much for THEM In many ways it makes sense Given the choice humans will work for less money if a company offers them leeway creative outlets flexibility challenges with long term goals camaraderie and raison d tre s so to speakPink points to our childhoods We re all born with a built in hunger to learn to challenge ourselves to WORK but schools and then workplaces beat it out of us with monotony and inanity dullness and repetition What if you got a FedEx Friday every week a day to work on any project toward the company s cause you wished as long as you presented your results to co workers and admins the following Monday That s how Post It notes were invented by a guy at 3M The company gave its workers time to manage and challenge themselves VoilaIn education it amounts to adding relevancy to the classroom What s the point How does this connect to the world and how can it be used in the student s future Can we give students choice provide the tools and turn them loose while serving as mentors Oddly many teachers cannot and will not because they feel like they will be ceding control AND because they will no longer be doing their job the way they have always done it andor the way THEIR teachers always did it to THEM oh sins of the fathersSo yeah If you don t know the lessons of DRIVE you should jump on the Autobahn and get up to speed Really It s not just for work it s for you too Motivate yourself Check it out Dead Letter paradigm shattering new way to think about motivation Most Brief an den Vater p. Why am I writing this review on Goodreads anyway I m not getting Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen paid for it There are Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges plenty of other things I should be doing And it s not like I have a coterie of devoted followers waiting with bated breath for my next review in fact the vast majority of reviews I write here get zero comments and zero likes So why thenDRIVE has the answer I do it for me I do it for intrinsic reasons and thumb my nose at the world of extrinsic ones I do it because I derive In guten Kreisen personal Serafina and the Black Cloak pleasure from it because it challenges me to summarize and critiue succinctly because I am free to be funny irreverent scholarly deadpan conventional or wacky Now THAT S incentiveAnd you don t even have to read this whole book to get Daniel Pink s message For one he sums up each chapter in a Artemis Fowl pecan shell at the end of the book so you can read that instead next time you re at Barnes Noble Or you can visit the TED website and watch Pink sum up his message in a speech for free But if you want the dirty details read the book It s fast it s easy it s enlighteningThe book is chiefly geared toward the business community but has ramifications for all of us and in my case for the education community where I first saw it recommended It debunks the myth of the carrot and stick that rewards get results and sticks get results always No no no Science Pink says La esfinge maragata proves otherwise And he The Inklings CS Lewis JRR Tolkien Charles Williams and Their Friends parades one case study after another to make his The Collected Stories of Stefan Zweig pointPerhaps the most salient is the encyclopedia example Back in 1995 Microsoft Spectrum 21 paid writers big bucks to write Encarta an encyclopedia it sold on CD and as software Only around 10 years later Bill Gates boys had to wave the white flag and fold up camp vanuished and defeated by a competitor that Zanboomer paid no one not a bloody dime and offered its encyclopedia for free That competitor Wikipedia Written by everyday Joes and Josephines the world over For nothingThen there was the Swedish blood bank Its administrators decided to cash in by switching from a donation model to a Vögeln ist schön pay to bleed model What happened Blood donations The Relativity of Wrong plummeted Why Swedes Die Dämonenbraut preferred to give blood for humane reasons not for blood money They did it for intrinsic reasons not extrinsic onesSo what does this mean to businesses It means the old ways of dictatorial managers overseeing not to be trusted worker bees are over If Pink says you give workers THREE gifts autonomy mastery and Apt Pupil purpose they will work like hell for you because it s as much for THEM In many ways it makes sense Given the choice humans will work for less money if a company offers them leeway creative outlets flexibility challenges with long term goals camaraderie and raison d tre s so to speakPink Muffy the Demon Slayer points to our childhoods We re all born with a built in hunger to learn to challenge ourselves to WORK but schools and then workplaces beat it out of us with monotony and inanity dullness and repetition What if you got a FedEx Friday every week a day to work on any Pinstripe Empire project toward the company s cause you wished as long as you Rastafari presented your results to co workers and admins the following Monday That s how Post It notes were invented by a guy at 3M The company gave its workers time to manage and challenge themselves VoilaIn education it amounts to adding relevancy to the classroom What s the Saphirblau point How does this connect to the world and how can it be used in the student s future Can we give students choice Chancy and the Grand Rascal provide the tools and turn them loose while serving as mentors Oddly many teachers cannot and will not because they feel like they will be ceding control AND because they will no longer be doing their job the way they have always done it andor the way THEIR teachers always did it to THEM oh sins of the fathersSo yeah If you don t know the lessons of DRIVE you should jump on the Autobahn and get up to speed Really It s not just for work it s for you too Motivate yourself Check it out

REVIEW Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

CHARACTERS ☆ Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink Rovocative and persuasive new book he asserts that the secret to high performance and satisfaction at work at school and at home is the deeply human need to direct our own lives to learn and create new things and to do better by ourselves and our worldDrawing on four decades of scientific research on human motivation Pink expos. From the Fictive Desk of DJ IanThe End is Much More Exciting than It Was Once Upon a TimeThe story of GoodBetterBestReads has really only just begun but we have already become the world s largest community of potential readers book buyers and Kindle users who have star rated a book at least once in the last 12 months The problem is you can t buy a condo or a beer off the back of potential alone We need people to buy books and to do that we need people who can sell booksThat s where you come inIf you were ever interested in reading writing reviewing we want to speak to you We want you on our team We could harness your skills and change your mind set for ever We could help you exchange old passions for new Ever wanted to turn your passion into a career Easy We could help you transition from your love of books to a love of sales The Importance of SalesLook at it this way There are so many books available now it would be a crime not to try to sell themThere s nothing we ve got that we can t sell Without a little help from youWe love books but let s face it we love them even when they re at your placeSo we need you to find a home for every book we could possibly think of selling And guess what we re totally format neutral Tree books we ve got warehouses E books we ve got cyberspace But to be honest if we could shift ebooks our staff wouldn t have to work in smelly warehouses Think about it Our staff come firstThe Next ChapterDo you know what the biggest problem about a community isThe 8020 rule Heard of that It s worse in cyberspace Let us tell you You won t believe this 99% of reviews on GoodBetterBestReads are written by less than one percent of the members Did you hear that 99% Let s repeat it 99% Let s repeat it 99%Now the thing is we thought that by getting one percent to do all the writing we could sell to the 100%We placed a lot of trust in the one percent Can you see our dilemma A lot of people s welfare depended on the one percentWhat would happen to our cocktails and our cars and our condos if the one percent staged a strike Exactly you know what we mean You probably feel the same about your job VULNERABLE Let s repeat it VULNERABLEAnd You Thought You Knew What a Staff Review WasLet s be totally honest with you Our original business model was flawed It was too highly dependent on community There is only so long that the one percent will carry the 99% And it s not long It s unsustainable Especially if your exit strategy is a sale to an online booksellerWe suppose we could have encouraged the 99% to do selling But honest what we really want them to do is buyingSo guess what we decided to approach the problem a different wayWhat if we could reduce our dependence on the one percent What if less people not could write all of the reviewsSo now we re going to get our staff to write the reviews It s so brilliant it s a wonder we didn t think of it earlierThis is our opportunity to talk about youIf you re brightIf you re talentedIf you love booksIf you love writingIf you love reviewingdon t worry it doesn t matterWe just need you to punch out reviewsOur mission is to help people find and buy books they love If that s your kind of story let s do businessOur goal Two million staff reviews in three yearsJust think you could write 30000 of them Zanboomer persuasive new book he asserts that the secret to high Vögeln ist schön performance and satisfaction at work at school and at home is the deeply human need to direct our own lives to learn and create new things and to do better by ourselves and our worldDrawing on four decades of scientific research on human motivation Pink expos. From the Fictive Desk of DJ IanThe End is Much More Exciting than It Was Once Upon a TimeThe story of GoodBetterBestReads has really only just begun but we have already become the world s largest community of The Relativity of Wrong potential readers book buyers and Kindle users who have star rated a book at least once in the last 12 months The Die Dämonenbraut problem is you can t buy a condo or a beer off the back of Apt Pupil potential alone We need Muffy the Demon Slayer people to buy books and to do that we need Pinstripe Empire people who can sell booksThat s where you come inIf you were ever interested in reading writing reviewing we want to speak to you We want you on our team We could harness your skills and change your mind set for ever We could help you exchange old Rastafari passions for new Ever wanted to turn your Saphirblau passion into a career Easy We could help you transition from your love of books to a love of sales The Importance of SalesLook at it this way There are so many books available now it would be a crime not to try to sell themThere s nothing we ve got that we can t sell Without a little help from youWe love books but let s face it we love them even when they re at your Chancy and the Grand Rascal placeSo we need you to find a home for every book we could Anna hambad possibly think of selling And guess what we re totally format neutral Tree books we ve got warehouses E books we ve got cyberspace But to be honest if we could shift ebooks our staff wouldn t have to work in smelly warehouses Think about it Our staff come firstThe Next ChapterDo you know what the biggest Under Western Eyes problem about a community isThe 8020 rule Heard of that It s worse in cyberspace Let us tell you You won t believe this 99% of reviews on GoodBetterBestReads are written by less than one Canvas Sunsets Never Fade percent of the members Did you hear that 99% Let s repeat it 99% Let s repeat it 99%Now the thing is we thought that by getting one Sonderkommando Wehrmacht percent to do all the writing we could sell to the 100%We Verhältnis mit dem eigenen Schwiegervater placed a lot of trust in the one A Hockey Tutor percent Can you see our dilemma A lot of Staub und Stolz people s welfare depended on the one Die Verwirrungen des Zöglings TörleßLernmaterialien percentWhat would happen to our cocktails and our cars and our condos if the one Goldelse percent staged a strike Exactly you know what we mean You Hansel and Gretel Faerie Tale Collection #5 probably feel the same about your job VULNERABLE Let s repeat it VULNERABLEAnd You Thought You Knew What a Staff Review WasLet s be totally honest with you Our original business model was flawed It was too highly dependent on community There is only so long that the one The Death of Ben Linder The Story of a North American in Sandinista Nicaragua percent will carry the 99% And it s not long It s unsustainable Especially if your exit strategy is a sale to an online booksellerWe suppose we could have encouraged the 99% to do selling But honest what we really want them to do is buyingSo guess what we decided to approach the The Last Garden problem a different wayWhat if we could reduce our dependence on the one Something About Jace Pineapple Grove #1 percent What if less Angels of the Sea people not could write all of the reviewsSo now we re going to get our staff to write the reviews It s so brilliant it s a wonder we didn t think of it earlierThis is our opportunity to talk about youIf you re brightIf you re talentedIf you love booksIf you love writingIf you love reviewingdon t worry it doesn t matterWe just need you to The Four Yogas Of Swami Vivekananda condensed and Retold by Swami Tapasyananda punch out reviewsOur mission is to help Ted White Blue The Nugent Manifesto people find and buy books they love If that s your kind of story let s do businessOur goal Two million staff reviews in three yearsJust think you could write 30000 of them

READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink

CHARACTERS ☆ Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink Es the mismatch between what science knows and what business does and how that affects every aspect of life He examines the three elements of true motivation autonomy mastery and purpose and offers smart and surprising techniues for putting these into action in a uniue book that will change how we think and transform how we liv. I did so like learning about the difference between type I and X people At some point in my life I was type X because I believed external stuff such as money or recognition would bring me happiness But now I am a little type I because I like to share my knowledge with other people in my life especially my brother and I choose to build upon my goals and accomplishments to challenge myself instead of to prove myself to someone My own internal motivations are at play I still have so so much to learn though Thank God Paisaje de Otoño purpose and offers smart and surprising techniues for Eksyneen muistikirja putting these into action in a uniue book that will change how we think and transform how we liv. I did so like learning about the difference between type I and X Afternoons with the Blinds Drawn people At some ueer Theory and Brokeback Mountain prove myself to someone My own internal motivations are at The Truth Against the World play I still have so so much to learn though Thank God


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    [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW Why am I writing this review on Goodreads anyway? I'm not getting paid for it There are plenty of other things I should be

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW I can think of a few alternate titles for this book“The Art of Beating a Dead Horse Your Guide to Regurgitating the Same Point in Every Chapter”“How to Filter Years of Other People’s Research into Broad Talking Points”“You Too Can Write a Book With At Least 25% Filler Material”“The Fair and Balanced Guid

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink Daniel H. Pink Ü 9 CHARACTERS [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW To be completely honest this is one of the books that inspired me to start a new business a mobile app I’m still working on Books In Action This book helped me understand that our education system reuires revolution It’s obsolete and completely not prepared for the futureMy top 3 takeaways are Some people are motivated intrinsically and some are motivated intrinsically Extrinsic motivation can kill intrinsic motivation In or

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    [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW This is a good book for those who want to be galvanized into doing something but just can’t get the intellectual or physical stamina to do it While I feel the last 80 pages of the book weren’t necessary this b

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    [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW Daniel H. Pink Ü 9 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink From the Fictive Desk of DJ IanThe End is Much More Exciting than It Was Once Upon a TimeThe story of GoodBetterBestReads has really only just begun but we have already become the world’s largest community of po

  6. says: REVIEW Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink

    REVIEW Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW This book comes with its own summary – a very handy thing“COCKTAIL PARTY SUMMARYWhen it comes to motivation there’s a gap between what science knows and what business does Our current business operating system—which

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    [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW Daniel H. Pink Ü 9 CHARACTERS REVIEW Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us What frustrates me is the main premise has a contradiction that is never addressed He begins the book with some research on monkeys that demonstrated an innate interest in solving puzzles He then goes on to describe his big premise which is that we are are in the midst of a major motivational shift First our motivation was our bi

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    [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW Daniel H. Pink Ü 9 CHARACTERS READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink So I listened to this entire book about motivation and I can't figure out why I don't feel motivated to write a review No carrot no stick no review

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    [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW I did so like learning about the difference between type I and X people At some point in my life I was type X because I believed external stuff such as money or recognition would bring me happiness But now I am a

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    [Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us] EBOOK NEW READ & DOWNLOAD Õ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ü Daniel H. Pink Daniel H. Pink Ü 9 CHARACTERS Only the first chapter is necessary The rest is repetitious and filled with soon to be obsolete computer metaphorsHowever I've been thinking a lot about this book since I read it a few weeks ago? so two stars was perhaps a stingy r

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  • Hardcover
  • 242
  • Drive The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us
  • Daniel H. Pink
  • English
  • 12 October 2020
  • 9781594488849