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June 23, 2017
Are you unsatisfied with your job?
Do you want to spark motivation among your employees?
This book might help.
Dan Ariely the is a best-selling author and one of the pioneers of cognitive psychology. To the best of my knowledge, in this book, he's covered the most significant elements of mo...
February 10, 2017
Why is my motivation sometimes strong and sometime lacking? I find myself wanting to do the things I should, and doing the things I should not. What is the formula for motivation? This book asks that question. Quick and to the point, Dan Ariely gave me an inkling of an idea about creating my own...
September 29, 2017
Small book full of ideas of what motivate us in different period of life.
January 10, 2017
Meh. I love Ariely and have read most of his books. This one felt pretty superficial; I guess, maybe because it is a TED book, it is meant to be mostly an introduction to the topic.
March 29, 2017
(دان أرييلي) أحد أهمّ الكتاب في مجال علم الاقتصاد السلوكي behavioral economics ، و هو أيضًا أحد الباحثين فيه ممن يجرون الدراسات سعيًا وراء فهم السلوك البشري بأسلوبٍ علمي تجريبي.
يُناقش هذا الكتاب صغير الحجم من سلسلة كتب TED (الحافز( الذي يدفع الإنسان للإنجاز، ويناقش حقيقة هذا الحافز وطرق قتله أو...
December 08, 2016
It is rather astonishing that despite all the progress we as humans made, there is still a lot to learn about the mind.
Nevertheless, this book provides great insights into what motivates and demotivates people.
Note about after death: as a Muslim, I do not care about how people remember me, as lon...
May 27, 2017
I didn't feel like I was reading a book, I felt that I was talking to Dan, hearing his amazing stories and experiences and getting inspired. Motivation, as it's a human feature, is more complex than we think but it's spectacular as much as its complexity. I loved how the ideas in the book were su...
January 16, 2017
Seems like Dan Ariely was in a rush to finish this book or maybe the 'motivation' wasn't truly intrinsic. The book does not built a case for motivation being all about connection, meaning and goodwill but rather enumerates a few anecdotal examples here and there.
The best part of the book is that...
February 16, 2017
I am quite disappointed, found here too little of original thought, twist on facts, or playful language (presence of which in some cases can be an ok-enough substitute for food for thought for me). I did like Ariely's previous three books... I guess there was not enough time to gather good materi...
March 06, 2017
It was fine, but largely a rehashing of what was in his other books. Nice quick summary for someone who hasn't read the other work.