When motivation is about the value
Whoever you are, I’m pretty sure that you don’t like to work for nothing. But let’s be clear, I’m not talking about salary but added value. Let’s dive into this. Imagine yourself on the beach on a sunny day, your boombox, food and drinks joining the party with your friends. All of a sudden, the wind is starting blowing and clouds are turning to light grey and the to threatening dark grey. What would you do? Right, you would jump out of the pool, and everyone would start packing and moving the party to a safe place. Will you pay your friends to help you avoid spoiling your food and electronics? I don’t think so. But you created value by addressing the risk of a potential loss of value. If only one of your friend would help you and you wanted to thank him with money, would you split the money across all the people present at the party? Surely not as they didn’t participate in value creation. Well, now think about hiring someone affected by autism that would work pretty hard in your shop and deliver value and having a lazing employee that don’t care about your shop. Who would you pay the most?
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny