Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us

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In 100 Words or Less: Traditional views of motivation have always focused on the use of carrots (rewards) and sticks (punishment). In Drive, Daniel Pink convincingly argues that we are rather motivated by autonomy (freedom to do what we want), mastery (being good at things we enjoy) and purpose (doing things which are meaningful to us).

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