Dan Ariely – What Makes us Feel Good About our Work

By Mark Vincent


Something that’s so often missed by all of us is the realisation that when we’re truly motivated towards something we don’t need to be told or forced to do it, we do it because we want to. Better still we put all our energy and creativity into it. Who doesn’t want that from their employees? This excellent talk by one of our favourites, Dan Ariely, shines a light on the importance of meaning in what we do.

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