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Frederick Herzberg states that the motivator in our lives isn't money.
How you interact with people affect their lives.
For instance, if an employee feels underappreciated, frustrated and undervalued, her self-esteem will be affected. In turn, it will influence how she interacts with her family. But, if she had learned a lot and are recognized for her achievements, she will positively affect her spouse and children.
The deep rewards in life come from building up people.
Social Narrowing is a subconscious process in which we are spending time with people who are similar to us.
This phenomenon can be a problem when we need new resources, ideas or a new career.
Normally we are tied up in the unessential, the trivial, small demands that take up our time and energy.
We need to prioritize the essential, the important, the things that really matter in life, like family, relationships, meaningful work, and what we love to do.
You seek evidence that confirms your beliefs because being wrong feels unpleasant.
Being wrong means you’re not as smart as you thought. So you end up seeking information that confirms what you already know.