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Sunday, February 6, 2011

What Motivates You and I

Found this video earlier today while browsing the web (read: procrastinating). It goes into detail about studies done at M.I.T. that suggest the classic business model of "work = money" as a motivator isn't as simple as we've previously thought.


Very interesting, perhaps even ironic considering the fact I myself am having trouble getting motivated to complete this assignment. Speaking of which, I should get back to...

42 comments:

  1. I just saw this video earlier today and was taken back by it. It's pretty interesting like you said.

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  2. Look forward to hearing more. Following.

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  3. Saw this earlier, blew my mind. Very interesting that's for sure

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  4. i am saving this to my favorites so i can keep watching it. thanks for posting

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  5. Yeah, there's like two types of motivation. Motivation to and from. This video was very interesting!

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  6. damn. procrastination is all to familiar to me.
    Looking forward to seeing more videos

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  7. This is such an awesome video. Thanks for the post.

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  8. that was a very interesting video. looking forward to your future posts!

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  9. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing. Followed1

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  10. Very interesting. Saw this earlier and it blew my mind.

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  11. Haha, it seems like most of you had already seen it. I'm guessing I'm not the only person here that regularly browses Reddit then?

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  12. cool vid reddit ftw
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  13. Dammit no time to watch but saved.

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  14. I've seen another vid by this guy before, the illustrations are captivating.

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  15. jesus this blew my mind, it all moved so fast

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  16. That was really interesting. thanks for sharing.

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  17. I saw the first couple of minutes but decided I need to check it out further when time allows. Seemed very interesting on first glance though.

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  18. I saw this video a while ago and totally forgot about it. definitely favouriting it this time, thanks :D

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  19. Bookmarked for later, very interesting topic.

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  20. wow. honestly, thankyou for posting this

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  21. Interesting post bro! Following and supporting!

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  22. This videos sweet, there's a few others in the same format I'd highly recomend them. FOllowing

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  23. Very interesting. Thanks for sharing!

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  24. It is hard to get motivated for everything in life. I feel it all the time!

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  25. first thing i that came to my mind after i read M.I.T. was Gordan Freeman lol

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  26. Watched it almost til the end when he mentioned steve jobs then i just stopped right there. Pitty

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  27. That's pretty awesome...
    *BorMachine likes this* :D

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  28. Saw this a bit earlier, definitely a worthwhile video

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  29. that was really cool! Thanks for sharing

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  30. very interesting indeed, I've heard that already they are implementing resulst from recent behavioral studies into business models.

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  31. I'm pretty sure I've seen it before.. is this from TED? In any case, watched it again and it's really, really good

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