Drive: the surprising truth about what motivates us / Daniel H. Pink. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and index. eISBN: 1. Pink has, at the end of the book, summaries- of the whole book, and of each chapter. If you get in a pinch, go to the library and read these summaries. The one. Read Download Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us |PDF books PDF Free Download Here.

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Blood donations plummeted. Swedes preferred to give blood for humane reasons, not for blood money.

They did it for intrinsic reasons, not extrinsic ones. So what does this mean to businesses? It means the old ways of dictatorial managers overseeing not-to-be-trusted worker bees are over.


In many ways it makes sense. Pink 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.

In 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? The consequence can either be a positive reward or a punishment.

A reward could be a raise, a promotion, a bonus, etc. A punishment could be a reprimand, public shaming, firing, etc. Intrinsic Motivation Intrinsic motivation is motivation coming from within.

Once our basic financial needs are met, intrinsic motivation is far superior in motivating people. Here is why: 1. The group without a reward had kept their intrinsic motivation intact and thus kept drawing with gusto.

Scientific American. May 7, Raises make bad motivators".

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Languages Add links.This three-part, six-chapter book has taught In what has become classic Pink style, the me, an educator, more about motivation than author supports his tenets with a plethora of any other resource I have used in the past.

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". I knew it was motivation that are at the heart of Motivation a book I would download; the next day I did.

We need to encourage connectivity and creativity in our students. The New York Times bestseller that gives readers a paradigm-shattering new way to think about motivation.

I do like reading novels oddly. See my other articles. I have a variety of hobbies, like kneeboarding.