After watching this short video… yes 10 minutes is short in my world…
Look into your own experience to see that MONEY ruins the experience more often than it motivates. Let the money show up but don’t let it demotivate you. How is that possible?
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19 thoughts on “Money DeMotivates People!”
Our relationship to and with money shows itself in our spending habits. If you want to know how a person feels about themselves, take note of how they spend their money.
Absolutely agree with you, I’ve been speaking to my team about this for awhile! Thanks for sharing this with EA!
-Team Excalibur 🙂
I have always lived life by the question, what shall I do with the one life I have been given? That has propelled me to do great things in this life. Your insight was fruitful and will not be taken lightly.
Interesting video thanks for sharing.
A very surprising title.
This is very very interesting.. if It wasn’t for the sources it will be far out there to consider this.. I think the point is making a difference is far more important then monetary rewards.
hmmm that’s thought provoking
I don’t know…when the wolf is at the door, having a few bucks to toss him is helpful. Last time I checked that money tree was still not making fruit; so…
My earnings dropped by 90% when I came to live here from London – it was the best thing I ever did 😀
Very interesting video…having money is not alwaysappropriate to be creative and have motivations…sometimes it makes it so “easy” thus you are getting lazy…!
I agree with your statement abut money demotivating people. My hunch is that when we are motivated by rewards we have a different relationship to what we ae doing than when we are motivated by creating something or making a contribution.
I think it is true because when we are motivated by rewards we are not at our best. We are better when we are motivated by our desire to contribute or create.
The times you cherish most in life rarely if ever have a price tag.
Fantastic video, really enjoyed it.