Valeria Maltoni’s: No Limit for Better (another Daniel H Pink Drive review)

Why Fred, why do you include so many reviews of Drive as posts, was one of the questions in an e-mail.

I responded that in my belief our world is changing. And Dan Pink give us (at least me) insights how to deal with the complexities of the post-recession era.

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No Limit for Better

Drive I agree with Dan Pink, there is no limit for better. How do you get there? In his latest book, Drive, Pink suggests you do that by taking an approach that has three elements to it:

1.) Autonomy – or the desire to direct our own lives
2.) Mastery – the urge to get better and better at something that matters
3.) Purpose – the yearning to do what we do in the service larger than ourselves

For starters, gaining an appreciation and understanding that people’s default settings are self-directed – they actually don’t need to be baby-sat – will help you see that people need autonomy over task (what they do), time (when they do it), team (who they do it with), and technique (how they do it).

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