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What Motivates Us?

January 23, 2014

Is differential access to the means of survival really necessary or efficient as a means of directing human economic activity?

Recognition is a powerful motivator, but it has the drawback that when it becomes the primary motivation behind an activity, the character of the activity changes greatly.

Contribution, curiosity, and growth are the most powerful and reliable human motivators. They bloom perennially without coercion, even in the face of resistance, like dandelions growing through sidewalk cracks.

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