A book that will change how you think and transform how you live.
Forget everything you thought you knew about how to motivate people – at work, at school, at home. It is wrong. As Daniel H. Pink explains in his paradigm-shattering book Drive, the secret to high performance and satisfaction in today’s world is the deeply human need to direct our own lives, to learn and create new things, and to do better by ourselves and the world. Along the way, he takes us to companies that are enlisting new approaches to motivation, and introduces us to the scientists and entrepreneurs who are pointing a bold way forward.
©2011 Daniel H Pink (P)2011 Canongate
I bought both! It was nice to read over the passages I liked best.
His personal voice!
Focus more on the intrinsic factors that motivate people in the 21st century.
I really enjoy reading how he explains why lawyers are fundamentally unhappy people!
This was my first audiobook - I enjoyed it, but need to write things down. I found it hard to remember everything while listening in a car (nothing personal against this book - just love business ideas - but need to write them down)
yes. it will shape the future of the planet. Business, family relationships and our success as a species. This book will change the way you interact with your colleages and kids
How to get my kids to do chores.
Very clear voice and expression that draws you in. One of the most pleasant voices. Extremetly well researched and presented.
I'd have to say it is most like Freakanomics. Both are nonfiction and discuss what motivates people. Both are very enjoyable and thought-provoking.
Never pay a child for good grades!
I will listen to this book multiple times and I recommend it to every parent, professional and, particularly, to educators.
This book teaches you truths about motivation and it applies to more than just motivating employees. It applies to everything we do in life. I actually bought the audio version as well as the book version. I have listened to the audio book at least twice and bought the book because I wanted to refer to concepts that resonate so deeply with me. They, I'm not exactly sure who "They" are...but they say that "The teacher appears when the student is ready"...I was so ready for this book! Thank you Daniel Pink for assembling such clear, and concise information!
Don't know - have not read the print.
Excellent book - really made me think about how I organize my classroom.
This guy knows his stuff. He is smart! But he could have said more in less time.
It was interesting.
"Great book full of great insights"
This book is for the modern man/woman who wants to understand why business is broken. Definitely worth a read for new bosses and old who want to create companies people actually want to work for!
"Definitely worth 6 hours of your time to read. "
Definitely opens one's eyes to common beliefs and how they may have changed. I found the timeline a little difficult to follow as it moves very quickly through each methodology and idea. This is acknowledged by the author who recommends revisiting the book regularly.
Very useful action plan at the end.
Would recommend for business as well as for educators and parenting.
worth a listen for anyone wanting to understand motivation for personal or business reasons. Well structured.
"very addictive read "
great book. so many things that make sense in this book. is examples are spot on and I resonate with all of them. my only worry when reading was how similar I and my company are to the examples. but not seeing any solutions to overcome. Daniel gave solutions at the end but not in much detail. I suppose he can't give all the answers!
"Not what I expected"
The sole reason I disliked this audiobook was for the fact the language was of a high standard and a lot of the time it went over my head. Maybe it was my mistake but I was expecting something different, found it very hard to get involved and listen whilst I struggled to understand what Daniel Pink was talking about. Didn't enjoy and stopped half way through.
Everybody should read this book. With a critical mass of subscribers, motivation 3.0 could lead to a paradigm shift in the workplace
I would like to know more studies and researches on what is a good drive, not just what is bad!
I enjoyed the book, but didn't like the Operative System analogy in which most of the book is based. Otherwise it's good
Daniel is a wonderful narrator reading a fantastic book. His stories and lessons are well laid out and enjoyable. You will not regret buying this!
"Interesting, useful but to repetitive"
Liked the insights in the book. Stories were interesting but as I said a little too repetitive and business oriented.
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