You have to watch this! It’s engaging, it’s wonderfully done and it applies to everyone! Unless you choose to live a life without purpose, drive, dreams, and passion, well then, maybe the video’s not for you ;-)

The video’s got some super cool studies and facts about human behavior (that’s you!) so pay close attention because they’ll affect how you work and see your career or business.

Check out the video and let me know what you think.

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83 Comments

  • barney says:

    Wow, this is great. Interesting how it all works and it follows psychological factors illuminated by Maslow.
    I enjoyed this and would love to find companies who actually follow these principles.

  • Inge says:

    Thanks for sharing! Super, he's so right and it's so simple. It stimulates creativity, it satisfied and gives you more pleasure and fun. Not only to yourself and your colleagues but it's also to the benefit of the company. A good purpose gives trust. Now only the manager and the employee needs to believe. Enjoy the succes!

  • Dixie says:

    I totally agree. I was unable to put my finger on my own difficulties…until this video. Thank you!!! Now to discover a new purpose….

  • Patrick Fredette says:

    Its a great video and study as far as I'am concern and also an example of human evolution

  • Dan says:

    I actually had the opportunity for about an 8 month period to create this kind of environment with a small manufacturing company who had primarily production staff with about 7th grade education. The owner of the company was focussing on startup of another company and I was the controller, so I was responsible for running the manufacturing company. Within 6 months, the plant was running smooth as a gentle river, productivity was running about 150%, employees were high with enthusiasm, profits were up in a down economy. When the owner achieved what he wanted on the start up and handed the other operation over to that team he came back to the manufacturing company and within one month it was back to the old way of doing things. As he was firing me, he said he would have to hire 3 people to do my job. I was only working 9-6 with lunch hour so an 8 hour workday. In fact he had hired 4 people to do my job and had less profits, less production, extremely unhappy employees and complete chaos in the plant.

    Thank you for posting this. That was my last "corporate Canada" job.

  • Eric says:

    I have a new financial education & empowerment project. I'm looking for collaborators that would like to have purpose & meaning through educating people (including kids) about financial matters and help un-brain-wash them from financial thinking & behavior that has come to dominate our lives.
    Send me an email for more details: Ej4Expanse@aol.com
    Eric

  • Rosie says:

    What a video!!!

    Very, very interesting = and very true!!!

    We are tired of being MaNiPuLaTeD by ads, goverment, and any one.

    The way it was presented was owesome!!!

    Clear and right to the target!!

  • John Whitney says:

    Our "overdeveloped society" has run it's course. It's been in it's death throes for the last 50 years, minimum.

    Many have been looking for signs that the global revolution (spontaneous evolution ?) is underway.

    Thanks for the undeniable evidence.

  • Kimberly says:

    So well put. The world is changing all around us moment by moment. What a wonderful time to be alive. I feel so very grateful for my opportunity to serve this planet through the evolution of business.

  • Zandra says:

    WOW !! This video kind of reminded me of a scene when a human (they picked up) ask one of the workers how much he was getting paid to do his job, and the worked turned to look at him and said that they have evolved to the point where there was no pay, but satisfaction of learning and becoming better.

  • barney says:

    Wow, this is great. Interesting how it all works and it follows psychological factors illuminated by Maslow.
    I enjoyed this and would love to find companies who actually follow these principles.

  • Wow, this videop is great. The video sums it up in a very easy understandable way.

  • Dan says:

    I actually had the opportunity for about an 8 month period to create this kind of environment with a small manufacturing company who had primarily production staff with about 7th grade education. The owner of the company was focussing on startup of another company and I was the controller, so I was responsible for running the manufacturing company. Within 6 months, the plant was running smooth as a gentle river, productivity was running about 150%, employees were high with enthusiasm, profits were up in a down economy. When the owner achieved what he wanted on the start up and handed the other operation over to that team he came back to the manufacturing company and within one month it was back to the old way of doing things. As he was firing me, he said he would have to hire 3 people to do my job. I was only working 9-6 with lunch hour so an 8 hour workday. In fact he had hired 4 people to do my job and had less profits, less production, extremely unhappy employees and complete chaos in the plant.

    Thank you for posting this. That was my last “corporate Canada” job.

  • Jean says:

    Brillant

  • Eric says:

    I have a new financial education & empowerment project. I'm looking for collaborators that would like to have purpose & meaning through educating people (including kids) about financial matters and help un-brain-wash them from financial thinking & behavior that has come to dominate our lives.
    Send me an email for more details: Ej4Expanse@aol.com
    Eric

    • Margaret says:

      Now that's good psychology! Often wondered why I was more interested in satisfaction rather than level of pay – but thanks to Dad for providing security.

  • Rosie says:

    What a video!!!

    Very, very interesting = and very true!!!

    We are tired of being MaNiPuLaTeD by ads, goverment, and any one.

    The way it was presented was owesome!!!

    Clear and right to the target!!

  • John Whitney says:

    Our “overdeveloped society” has run it’s course. It’s been in it’s death throes for the last 50 years, minimum.

    Many have been looking for signs that the global revolution (spontaneous evolution ?) is underway.

    Thanks for the undeniable evidence.

  • RedLeaf Guy says:

    Hi, I think this video is great!. Its true that purpose orientated economy will bring more skillful people. I am now 20, and I trying to gather people into joining a group called redleafsponsor. We simply exist to help people. Yes, just to help people. Although, we are running kind of slow now, but I believe it will get all better soon. When you do something for a purpose which is for your own satisafaction, the performence you get is astonishing. Plus your happier and get better in what you do. Contact us at redleafsponsor@gmail.com

  • Opal says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this creative and

    revealing research about how we as human beings are actually wired. I taught for 37 years in the elementary grades and loved every minute because I operated very closely with the understanding of what your research showed was very true. Intrinsic reward for doing exciting work was enough to spur kids on.I still love to go into classes and offer my Brain Gym(R) moves for free because I love to see the delight on the children's faces when they are learning how to learn with more ease and get quick results.

  • Opal says:

    Thank you so much for sharing this creative and
    revealing research about how we as human beings are actually wired. I taught for 37 years in the elementary grades and loved every minute because I operated very closely with the understanding of what your research showed was very true. Intrinsic reward for doing exciting work was enough to spur kids on.I still love to go into classes and offer my Brain Gym(R) moves for free because I love to see the delight on the children’s faces when they are learning how to learn with more ease and get quick results.

  • Bartek says:

    There is one thing missing in this logic. People who are said to work for free, already have jobs paying for their independence. If everybody is doing lousy job during the day and performing brilliantly for free in the evening – the employers will stop making money unless they will hire someone who wants to work.

    I admire the fact that purpose is the driver and as long as your needs are covered, you can stop thinking about the money and start being excellent. But it starts with covering your basic needs FIRST!! I think actual success in life and in business world is much more dependent on individual approach. Some people can set up challenges for themselves, others need to have them set up by others. Some like taking risks, other perform better when they are risk-free. One thing is true – that people are more motivated by achievements than by money. Money is just a way of respecting them, but it is not the ultimate driver.

  • Dawn says:

    This is such a delightful way to receive information! And the info itself? Speaks right to what has always rung true for me: Without purpose, autonomy or the opportunity to cultivate mastery, organizations seem little more than prisons for the mind and spirit.

    Thanks for this enlightening and entertaining video!

    • Steve says:

      Dawn,

      I agree. This seems based on some very good studies. Mastery of one's area of endeavor combined with self-direction…what a great combo!

  • Bartek says:

    There is one thing missing in this logic. People who are said to work for free, already have jobs paying for their independence. If everybody is doing lousy job during the day and performing brilliantly for free in the evening – the employers will stop making money unless they will hire someone who wants to work.

    I admire the fact that purpose is the driver and as long as your needs are covered, you can stop thinking about the money and start being excellent. But it starts with covering your basic needs FIRST!! I think actual success in life and in business world is much more dependent on individual approach. Some people can set up challenges for themselves, others need to have them set up by others. Some like taking risks, other perform better when they are risk-free. One thing is true – that people are more motivated by achievements than by money. Money is just a way of respecting them, but it is not the ultimate driver.

  • Dawn says:

    This is such a delightful way to receive information! And the info itself? Speaks right to what has always rung true for me: Without purpose, autonomy or the opportunity to cultivate mastery, organizations seem little more than prisons for the mind and spirit.

    Thanks for this enlightening and entertaining video!

    • Steve says:

      Dawn,

      I agree. This seems based on some very good studies. Mastery of one's area of endeavor combined with self-direction…what a great combo!

  • Thanks for the creative video! I'm going to forward it to all my staff and ask them what they think of it. We are always looking for new ways to allow for growth in our small company, which is on a very tight budget.

  • Bob says:

    It's amazing, I was laid off last week although they gave me an end date of 7/30. For the first time in my life I feel liberated and free. I have a mortgage, but I'm not concerned. My wife and children support me. I'm going to do what I love and I'll let life lead me in the direction where I can help people. I came to this site becasue someone sent me the link. I feel that it is already working and I'm sure good things will come my way. I'm going to work on my garden and websitehttp://www.AwakeSleepingGiant.com. People are definitely waking up.

  • Ray says:

    It's funny, I'm currently writing a short ebook on finding true motivation outside of the ego-self (where superficial goals are set but not with any commitment because of weak meaning). This is a great video…thank so much

  • Bob says:

    It's amazing, I was laid off last week although they gave me an end date of 7/30. For the first time in my life I feel liberated and free. I have a mortgage, but I'm not concerned. My wife and children support me. I'm going to do what I love and I'll let life lead me in the direction where I can help people. I came to this site becasue someone sent me the link. I feel that it is already working and I'm sure good things will come my way. I'm going to work on my garden and websitehttp://www.AwakeSleepingGiant.com. People are definitely waking up.

  • luis says:

    luis : society is designed to control people not to free them. money is a tool. if you know how to use it will
    make you wealthy.i f not will make you poor.i mean is not absolute "money" is only a tool. the more important is to realize for every action there is an equal and opposite…reaction. the law of consistency teach us that as a humans we need to learn and share so we can build a better society ( world ) my advise is listen to your heart first. before you accept other people ideas.because there are leaders in this planet that will do anything to keep people as a robots (automation systems) destroying others litle by litle. together we can build a better future.

  • luis says:

    luis : society is designed to control people not to free them. money is a tool. if you know how to use it will
    make you wealthy.i f not will make you poor.i mean is not absolute “money” is only a tool. the more important is to realize for every action there is an equal and opposite…reaction. the law of consistency teach us that as a humans we need to learn and share so we can build a better society ( world ) my advise is listen to your heart first. before you accept other people ideas.because there are leaders in this planet that will do anything to keep people as a robots (automation systems) destroying others litle by litle. together we can build a better future.

  • Carl says:

    Awesome,

    Greg, MBA

  • Carl says:

    Awesome,

    Greg, MBA

  • Alton Sanders says:

    Very simple, LOVE IT!!!!!!

  • Deshon Fox says:

    Loved the video! Very insightful and imaginative way to present facts that are both useful and progressive…..I have worked at several companies as a design engineer and have witnessed both purpose driven and money driven work environments…by far purpose driven environments result in higher productivity and, more importantly in my view, more motivated and satisfied employees….we have evolved to an age where work needs to be equated with service; otherwise it just becomes work.

    Thank you for the video!

  • Deshon Fox says:

    Loved the video! Very insightful and imaginative way to present facts that are both useful and progressive…..I have worked at several companies as a design engineer and have witnessed both purpose driven and money driven work environments…by far purpose driven environments result in higher productivity and, more importantly in my view, more motivated and satisfied employees….we have evolved to an age where work needs to be equated with service; otherwise it just becomes work.

    Thank you for the video!

  • Will says:

    I graduated from the US Naval Academy, and then was a Marine Corps officer during the Vietnam war. For 25 years, I've been a consultant in the private sector. The material in this video is cleverly presented with words+pictures, but I must say that every principle presented here has been known in the military for centuries – there are no big EUREKAs here – if the business world had simply paid some attention to, and learned from the environment where motivational leadership is most crucial: military leaders must motivate their troops to accomplish very difficult and dangerous missions, and possibly lose their lives in so doing – WITHOUT ANY SIGNIFICANT MONETARY REWARD. So, if money's off the table, how does one do this?

    The three motivators the presenter highlights – AUTONOMY (yes, there is some in the military – a good leader communicates the mission, and relies upon the planning, expertise, creativity, perseverance, and leadership of his leaders below him), COMPETENCE/MASTERY (the culture in the military is to be the best at what you do, and those who who are most respected for their competence do tend to rise in the ranks to lead and teach others), and PURPOSE (THE MISSION is shared, and it is the reason for all that is done) have been known, understood, and utilized by military leaders for centuries. They are some of the main motivational tools of the military leader. Oh, and let's add one crucial one – any GOOD leader MUST LEAD BY EXAMPLE. This would be another pathetically missing ingredient in the so-called "leadership" we see today in government and the private sector.

  • Will says:

    I graduated from the US Naval Academy, and then was a Marine Corps officer during the Vietnam war. For 25 years, I've been a consultant in the private sector. The material in this video is cleverly presented with words+pictures, but I must say that every principle presented here has been known in the military for centuries – there are no big EUREKAs here – if the business world had simply paid some attention to, and learned from the environment where motivational leadership is most crucial: military leaders must motivate their troops to accomplish very difficult and dangerous missions, and possibly lose their lives in so doing – WITHOUT ANY SIGNIFICANT MONETARY REWARD. So, if money's off the table, how does one do this?

    The three motivators the presenter highlights – AUTONOMY (yes, there is some in the military – a good leader communicates the mission, and relies upon the planning, expertise, creativity, perseverance, and leadership of his leaders below him), COMPETENCE/MASTERY (the culture in the military is to be the best at what you do, and those who who are most respected for their competence do tend to rise in the ranks to lead and teach others), and PURPOSE (THE MISSION is shared, and it is the reason for all that is done) have been known, understood, and utilized by military leaders for centuries. They are some of the main motivational tools of the military leader. Oh, and let's add one crucial one – any GOOD leader MUST LEAD BY EXAMPLE. This would be another pathetically missing ingredient in the so-called “leadership” we see today in government and the private sector.

  • Robert says:

    I was Bellcaptain at a casino here in Las Vegas a few years back. When I arrived there, things were a free4all. I ended up showing those bellman how to enjoy what they were doing. Everything was running very very well. Clean uniforms, shined shoes, haircuts, shaves,etc. They discovered they were making MORE money, and having FUN. Of course at that point the manager figured he didn"t need me anymore, and I was tossed. Went back through there a year later, and saw the same monkey shines I saw when I first came. Half had quit. They hated their jobs.That experience opened my eyes. Your cartoon is right on the MONEY.

  • Robert says:

    I was Bellcaptain at a casino here in Las Vegas a few years back. When I arrived there, things were a free4all. I ended up showing those bellman how to enjoy what they were doing. Everything was running very very well. Clean uniforms, shined shoes, haircuts, shaves,etc. They discovered they were making MORE money, and having FUN. Of course at that point the manager figured he didn”t need me anymore, and I was tossed. Went back through there a year later, and saw the same monkey shines I saw when I first came. Half had quit. They hated their jobs.That experience opened my eyes. Your cartoon is right on the MONEY.

  • Rahil says:

    tnx for your nice subjects but nothing appears as video on my screen. what should i do?

  • Mary Jane. says:

    I found this very interesting and wished that more companies understood these principles. even within the organiszations different. departments.

  • Pamela says:

    what the real concept is for me," is all the negatives which keep mounting apon us as rediculastly as time is passing" is the truth that we are the universe and it no longer is waiting for us to get the purpose and meaning that we are LOVE!!! …..it wants US the WORLD to know that we are LOVE in a negative enviornment it wants to show itself ( LOVE) which is what we TRUELY are within ourselfs….thats Y nothing for US as a so-called society is working no matter what we do…..its a beautiful time to be ALIVE in my opinion:):):)…as for Jesus followers we need to be the Jesus here b/c he's had his life….he's not coming back, we can no longer depend on faulcity to safe US!

  • Pamela says:

    what the real concept is for me,” is all the negatives which keep mounting apon us as rediculastly as time is passing” is the truth that we are the universe and it no longer is waiting for us to get the purpose and meaning that we are LOVE!!! …..it wants US the WORLD to know that we are LOVE in a negative enviornment it wants to show itself ( LOVE) which is what we TRUELY are within ourselfs….thats Y nothing for US as a so-called society is working no matter what we do…..its a beautiful time to be ALIVE in my opinion:):):)…as for Jesus followers we need to be the Jesus here b/c he's had his life….he's not coming back, we can no longer depend on faulcity to safe US!

  • Mine says:

    i love it..
    what a clear, simple and fun way of remembering.
    Thank you

    Mine

  • Mine says:

    i love it..
    what a clear, simple and fun way of remembering.
    Thank you

    Mine

  • Rhonda Pierson Davie says:

    Listening to videos like this have got me so enthusiastic that I have come up with two ideas of my own which have me smiling.Idea one :

    I do art every day and enjoy it . I have transferred it onto t -shirts. I have been thinking that people who have lost their clothes in fires ,and hurricanes need t shirts.( and quilts and other things ) and I need money to hire people who love to help in the creative process … and thus make money to pay their bills etc. . There are billionaires, and other people who would like to donate to worthy causes.What if I charged a reasonable price for my things and asked the buyers of these things, to donate my t shirts and quilts etc. to the homeless, hurricane victims etc. Everyone involved would be benefit , and be up- lifted .

    idea number two : There are ways to turn trash into treasure these days ,and to turn garbage into metaphoric gold .. I think this should be celebrated. with a collage- mural . these places where trash is turned into treasure are usually noisy, smelly places ,but they are doings so much for the world a beautiful mural, depicting trash becoming treasure , celebrating its good meaning ,to place in these places , would be a truly up-lifting thing… for those interested … It would be satisfying to work on, to donate ,or to receive the benefits of the trash turned into gas , water, light- oil, heavy oil , minerals . There could be the collection of beautiful broken pottery to put into it , and people painting , and attaching pottery and other" pretty " trash -things to the rolled out canvas .I want to create a productive meaningful avenue for interested parties .

    arelledavies@yahoo.com

  • Cabeth says:

    Thank you for sharing. That was so cool on so many different levels.

  • Rhonda Pierson Davies says:

    Listening to videos like this have got me so enthusiastic that I have come up with two ideas of my own which have me smiling.Idea one :
    I do art every day and enjoy it . I have transferred it onto t -shirts. I have been thinking that people who have lost their clothes in fires ,and hurricanes need t shirts.( and quilts and other things ) and I need money to hire people who love to help in the creative process … and thus make money to pay their bills etc. . There are billionaires, and other people who would like to donate to worthy causes.What if I charged a reasonable price for my things and asked the buyers of these things, to donate my t shirts and quilts etc. to the homeless, hurricane victims etc. Everyone involved would be benefit , and be up- lifted .
    idea number two : There are ways to turn trash into treasure these days ,and to turn garbage into metaphoric gold .. I think this should be celebrated. with a collage- mural . these places where trash is turned into treasure are usually noisy, smelly places ,but they are doings so much for the world a beautiful mural, depicting trash becoming treasure , celebrating its good meaning ,to place in these places , would be a truly up-lifting thing… for those interested … It would be satisfying to work on, to donate ,or to receive the benefits of the trash turned into gas , water, light- oil, heavy oil , minerals . There could be the collection of beautiful broken pottery to put into it , and people painting , and attaching pottery and other” pretty ” trash -things to the rolled out canvas .I want to create a productive meaningful avenue for interested parties .
    arelledavies@yahoo.com

  • Bahiminin Benoit Dah says:

    Funny. True in my case. I worked many for free on things that was giving more mastery, quitted jobs with good money because I wasn't given enough autonomy, high purpose have always been a great motivator for me. But I acknowledge the need to take money of the table by making a minimum of it at least. I won't mind having huge amount of money that I won't be able to spend and worry about loosing it all the time, while worrying if people love me for who I am or for money, lol!!! I am broke now and really appreciate what money can do. It is great. Let see it from another perspective.

  • Bahiminin Benoit Dah says:

    One thing is sure, I am not ready to kill or hurt for money.

  • Bruce Burtch says:

    Besides being fantastically creative, this video/message drives home the point that when we offer ourselves in purpose to others, we achieve greater results and personal satisfaction. For example, when a business partners with a nonprofit and helps that nonprofit build its capacity, expand its service delivery and better meet its for-the-good-of-society mission, both partners benefit. Certainly the nonprofit from what it receives but also the for-profit as it receives higher employee morale, expanded brand awareness, greater sense of community involvement and yes, sometimes even increased sales. To me, the real actionable part of purpose is to embed a "cause consciousness" into yourself, your workplace, indeed into all you do. Be what you want the world to be…and we will all be better for it.

  • Bruce Burtch says:

    Besides being fantastically creative, this video/message drives home the point that when we offer ourselves in purpose to others, we achieve greater results and personal satisfaction. For example, when a business partners with a nonprofit and helps that nonprofit build its capacity, expand its service delivery and better meet its for-the-good-of-society mission, both partners benefit. Certainly the nonprofit from what it receives but also the for-profit as it receives higher employee morale, expanded brand awareness, greater sense of community involvement and yes, sometimes even increased sales. To me, the real actionable part of purpose is to embed a “cause consciousness” into yourself, your workplace, indeed into all you do. Be what you want the world to be…and we will all be better for it.

  • jacintacooper says:

    two words: RIGHT ON !
    one word: AWESOME !
    = ok, three words :)

  • jacintacooper says:

    two words: RIGHT ON !
    one word: AWESOME !
    = ok, three words :)

  • Winani says:

    wow.. very interesting mindblowing work…….

  • mattie says:

    what a novel way to get a point across. love it. send us more, please!

  • Gladys Ligon says:

    Excellent video!!!! I have always tried to be a person who was self directed, but the higher ups in the company I worked for (Sodexo) always calling me a troubled maker,uncooperative and other choice words because I would not be treated like a "horse" led around by a carrot (follow only what they said to do). I just wanted to make a positive different. I wish we followed the way things were presented in this video.

  • Alexandria says:

    Let's take our Countries back – rid ourselves of the N W O big greedy corrupt corporation strangle holds and kick ass with this energizing concept of freedom and self fulfillment. This is such a win win situation! I love it!

    This concept guarantees the BEST of everything.

    Alexandria

  • Gladys Ligon says:

    Excellent video!!!! I have always tried to be a person who was self directed, but the higher ups in the company I worked for (Sodexo) always calling me a troubled maker,uncooperative and other choice words because I would not be treated like a “horse” led around by a carrot (follow only what they said to do). I just wanted to make a positive different. I wish we followed the way things were presented in this video.

  • Alexandria says:

    Let's take our Countries back – rid ourselves of the N W O big greedy corrupt corporation strangle holds and kick ass with this energizing concept of freedom and self fulfillment. This is such a win win situation! I love it!

    This concept guarantees the BEST of everything.

    Alexandria

  • KEN says:

    WE are waking up to age old truth: LOVE solves ALL problems! People motivated by Love will make the universe a BEAUTIFUL place to live!
    Namaste!

  • KEN says:

    WE are waking up to age old truth: LOVE solves ALL problems! People motivated by Love will make the universe a BEAUTIFUL place to live!
    Namaste!

  • Karen says:

    I always had a sense of this phenomena.I always enjoyed volunteering most of my life .What I noticed is people who volunteered always put their best. into it It made me feel useful and productive. and in the loop when I was diagnosed with FM .It seems like human nature to be in control of your choices.I also don't do well when the boss is looking over my shoulder.,,,lol

  • SUD says:

    its very interesting to watch a video which is informative, transforming and innovate. its Good stuff!!!

  • Lydia Jacobs says:

    Amazing! Very nice

  • Rick Pearson says:

    Hmmmm You know the saying “there's no such thing as coincidence”? I have been looking back at my previous jobs this last few days AND came to pretty similar conclusions (no I'm not trying to appear smart, it happens to be true) My first Job (which was going to be my lifetime job! HUH!!) we had a money reward system at shop floor level, we produced books. People would give up their morning tea break, lunch times to produce more books which = more cash in the pocket. Then along came a “whizz-kid” who said NO, that's not the way, were going to do it on a target based scheme from now on, without cash reward, just prove you can do it idea. The next year we went from a profit of

  • MERL says:

    AS A DEGREED PSYSYCHOLOGIST AND SOCIOLOGIST I BOTH AGREE AND DISAGREE.

    IF YOU LOVE THE WORK YOU ARE GETTING PAID FOR YOU WILL GET BETTER TO SHOW YOUR STUFF AS YOU DISCOVER WHATEVER….SAVING TIME OR MAKING THINGS FASTER.

    NOT THAT YOU ARE ALL THAT WRONG…BUT IT DOES NOT FOLLOW THE LAWS OF NECESSITY. IF YOU'RE IN NEED OF MONEY YOU'D DO THE BEST YOU CAN TO KEEP THE MONEY FLOWING IN.

    ALWAYS KEEP IN MIND THAT NOT ALL OF US ARE ALL THAT CREATIVE.

    WITHOUT TRYING TO DO THINGS BETTER I WOUND UP IN TWO PUBLICATIONS OF WHO'S WHO. I JUST HAVE THE KIND OF MIND THAT “SEES” THE INVENTION AND BRING IT TO LIFE. I DIDN'T DO THIS FOR FAME AND FORTUNE …… BUT TO HELP.

  • Dr Jett says:

    Huh??? I have been in sales most of my life. Show me the money!!! I don't see how to survive when just having fun, but I enjoy selling MUCH MORE if I can sell in a win-win situation. Example: I sold a business opportunity that had 3 purchasing levels. I sold more of the top end level than others because I understood the value and how to present it which made me one of the top money makers. The sad part was that the company took away the position that I earned being one of the top 3 sales people in the company. My motivation went right down the tubes as the monetary reward dropped. Creativity is fine, but first I have to pay my bills and look for a better more rewarding future. Then I can worrry about having a good time.

    • Sephsaveri says:

      Yeah really, if you think about it (without Malice,) from what you’ve shared, you got fired after 5 harddd years for not having fun while doing it. Oh Poor pitiful fun…maybe it should be banned and have the whole country unemployed to followmyour lead.

      Ever think about buying an Ice Cream Truck Route? All those smiling, happy kids. yep, that’s what this doctor prescribes for you, doctor.Jett.

      …And this too shall pass…

  • fateh says:

    Facinating! It appears that people don't want to be boxed in. They need the freedom to innovate and contribute to society.

  • SOERYO WIJONO says:

    Thank you.I cannot watch it.I don't have the ADOBE FLASH PLAYER 10.1.How do you install it ?

  • Liana says:

    Fantastic video with an equally fabulous presentation and message.. I also loved the PACE of the cartoon –just perfect: Slow enough so one could read what was being written, but fast enough so as not allow the mind to lose concentration due to boredom. (Which is what a lot of those snail-paced videos in vogue now-a-days do. They drive you nuts because they never seem to get to the point and one finally shuts them off out of shear exasperation before they are even half-way through!)

  • joan says:

    well that was a very good idea when i was working. i think we used some of that to motavite ourself to continue from day to day. i think when it becomes routine over and over not learn new things can also be a problem. for example, the more money great everybody wants money. you are right they get the reward then they say ok, i made it a couple times great if they keep being motivated the better the work the company grows more bonus more more happy people better alround to motivate them to even want them to come to work. is this what you are saying. let me know joan

  • midia says:

    Dare tasting your theory to Greeks??? If I was you I would not !!!!!!

  • Sephsaverio says:

    Cool. Very cool…now may the semantics of “Purpose” play nice be as simple…

    Seph

  • kellogg says:

    We are better rewarded by what we give than by what we receive but usually we are not given the oportunity or recognition to demonstrate what we can do. Sometimes we are lazy and think nobody
    cares. We could try in our everyday lives…………..

  • aspiring life master says:

    Excellent.  I also agree with other posters that these are not new ideas but they are presented in a fresh and new way.  Most businesses won’t do what you say because they are steadfastly focused on the profit motive and don’t care one little bit about “employee growth” or fixing the worlds problems.  They are focused on profit.  period.  They only want to fix problems of the world that bring them more profit or that improve their image in the  eyes of their customers. 

    An aside, how DOES one learn to draw and present like you?  I would love to have that skill!

  • GIANFRANCO FRONZI says:

    HUMANS START WORK FOR MONEY , BUT DON’T EXCEL FOR IT . THE MECHANICAL TASKS ARE NOT DONE BETTER BECAUSE OF THE BONUS , BUT BECAUSE THE SUBJECT CAN DO IT INSTINCTIVELY . TASKS THAT CAN’T BE REFERRED TO BY INSTINCT , SUCH AS MENTAL , OR CREATIVE , ARE HARDER AND REQUIRE A DIFFERENT TYPE OF HUMAN.
     GIANFRANCO FRONZI. JULY/ 17/ 2011

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