This lesson illustrates the hidden truths behind what really motivates us at home and in the workplace. You'll be surprised, no doubt -- but watch out! You might find that your motivations are misplaced.
So, if Daniel Pink, in his book Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, is correct in his conclusions and extrinsic motivators should be taboo when the work requires creativity or when it is something that touches our personhood (virtue, learning), then what tactics are left to us? If we aren’t to use sticker charts or play money or marbles or other superficial reward structures, are there any tactics left? Intrinsic Motivators in the Home & Homeschool
"Fixed mindsets see every encounter as a test of their worthiness. Growth mindsets see the same encounters as opportunities to improve. Click LIKE if you've read this book! "Drive" By Daniel Pink #goodlifebookclub @missf10