The material was wonderful and very helpful to me. It gave me the courage and inspiration to talk to my daughter about some very challenging subjects. I would be very interested in a shortened version that wasn't so repetitive. I listen to a lot of audio books with less interesting subject matter but I had a hard time making it all the way through this one. I ended up listening to it in double speed.
A lot of helpful information for becoming more efficient and better motivated. Daniel Pink brings to light a lot of information about what drives each of us to become better at what we do(something that is needed for every human being).
Out of the audiobooks I've listened to I'd compare it most to Quitter by Jon Acuff. Information that will motivate you to try harder and be better.
The most helpful aspect of the book was that it reminded that money isn't the most important motivator for people. But not in an idealistic, hope-for-humanity kind of way but in a very real scientific way. Showing that studies prove that people are motivated more by the pursuit of mastery than by an increase in wealth.
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