Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us


Authors: Daniel H. Pink,

After four decades of research, Daniel Pink argues that businesses have taken the wrong approach to motivating employees. While money gives temporary satisfaction, motivation is caused by intrinsic drives such as creativity and self-actualization. In Drive, he gives you life-changing techniques that will have a massive impact on motivation and result in your best performance yet.

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