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Motivation Rather Than Consequences

Motivation Rather Than Consequences

Do you know the difference between postivie reinforcement and threats / fear tactics? While the former helps keep the morale high for a long time, the latter can actually destroy your reputation, morale of your team and eventually the sales goals.

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Full time reader (and part-time Growth Consultant) trying to make the sense of the world by learning from the experiences of intellectuals around me and before me.

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