Drive - The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

Daniel H. Pink

The Key Insights from "Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us"

  1. Traditional rewards aren't always effective and can, in fact, be counterproductive to motivation.
  2. Intrinsic motivation—our internal drive to do things for their own sake—is more potent than extrinsic motivation.
  3. Autonomy, mastery and purpose are the three core elements of true motivation.
  4. Businesses and organizations often rely on outdated, mechanistic models of human motivation.
  5. Increasing autonomy leads to increased engagement, productivity and satisfaction.
  6. Mastery is a mindset: it requires effort, and it is a journey, not a destination.
  7. Purpose-driven people show more persistence, performance and satisfaction.
  8. For tasks...

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