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Transcendent Purpose

PaulYour friend and mine, Dave Brown is off galavanting around various time zones.
Gary is occupied with wrapping the globe in an SEG dye-sub.
With my two go-to guys out of the picture, I’m turning to my trusty Whiteboard Animations to fill the gap.

The truth is, I love watching these. I’m jealous because I wish I could illustrate so well. But they also happen to have interesting discussions and offer new perspectives, realizations and insights. Fascinating stuff, indeed!

In this case, Dan Pink (author of several provocative, bestselling books about business, work, and behavior) discusses The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us, while someone’s talented hand rapidly makes his words look pretty.

What might you learn from watching this video?
Well, here are some potential snappy titles for this blog that I pulled out of Dan’s commentary.

  • The Science Is A Little Bit Freaky
  • Incentivized Performance
  • To Defy The Law of Behavioral Physics
  • Carrots & Sticks
  • Autonomy. Mastery. Purpose.
  • Self-Direction Is Better
  • One Day of Undiluted Autonomy
  • Transcendent Purpose
  • Profit & Purpose
  • Treating People Like….. People
  • Slower, Smaller, Better Smelling Horses

We’d love to hear your thoughts on the video; be encouraged to share them in the comment section below.
Now, getcha popcorn ready and enjoy the show…

…and don’t forget the most common solutions to web issues you encounter — clear your browser’s cache and cookies!

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the views of, and should not be attributed to, other Authors, Optima Graphics or Taylor Corp.

About the Author
Paul Robnett is “The Web Dude” with Optima Graphics. He has been parked in front of a computer, more or less, since the early 90’s, working in newspaper advertising, sign shops, prepress, printing and now web.

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