People Skills

Motivation

 

Eight Basic Personal Needs that Motivate

 

By:

Jim Cairo

 

 

 

Belonging

being a part of the group provides you with a sense of comfort, security, and partnership

Achievement

gives your life purpose, reinforces your self-esteem  >>>

Advancement

makes you feel successful; expands your personal and professional skills, knowledge and abilities

Power

  increases your authority

Responsibility

  increases respect, both for the person given responsibility and for the person who delegated it

Challenge

drives you to grow mentally and emotionally  >>>  Innompic Games logo

Recognition

having others to know your achievements motivates your future actions

Excellence

doing an excellent job is a reward in itself  >>>  Vadim Kotelnikov personal logo

 

 

  

 

 

 

Vadim Kotelnikov quotes

Lasting motivation is a balancing act between reactive Yin and proactive Yang: fear and desire, developing something 'under the gun' and 'for fun'.

icon logo Vadim Kotelnikov  Vadim Kotelnikov

Walt Disney advice quotes

We keep moving forward, opening new doors, and doing new things, because we're curious and curiosity keeps leading us down new paths.

Walt Disney

Larry Page success advice

It's important that the company be a family.
When you treat people that way, you get better productivity.

Larry Page

Google

Richard Branson advice

I have always pushed Virgin companies to walk the talk on that and ensure everybody feels part of the team >>>

Richard Branson

Virgin

Konosuke Matsushita advices

Deal with your staff and employees as co-workers. Trust and serve them.  >>>

Konosuke Matsushita

Panasonic

 

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