Drive Daniel Pink Analysis

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In the book Drive by Daniel Pink, argues that carrots and sticks (motivation 2.0) don’t work anymore, we have inhale psychological need for autonomy, mastery, and purpose (motivation 3.0). Motivation 1.0 was about survival, and in motivation 2.0 was built around external rewards and punishments. For instance, it has three incompatibility problems with our modern world how we organize what we do because we are intrinsically not only extrinsically motivated. Also thinks about what we do because economists are finally realizing that we are full-fledge human beings. In addition, most important how we do what we do because work is often creative and interesting rather than boring. Therefore carrots and sticks don’t work. In Chapter 2, “if-then” rewards can give us less of what we want they can extinguish intrinsic motivation, diminish performance and crowd out good behavior. According to pink, “Rewarding an activity will get you more of it, punishing an activity will get you less of it.” For…show more content…
Motivation 3.0 depends on fosters type I behavior. For example, Type I behavior leads to stronger performance greater health and higher overall well-being. The good news about type I is that types I are made not born according to Pink. “Type I behavior is fueled more by intrinsic desires than extrinsic ones” said Pink. I agree with pink because it’s fueled more by intrinsic desire because you want to do it than extrinsic ones. Motivation 3.0 demands engagement which produces mastery becoming better at something that matters. Mastery is a mindset it requires the capacity to see your abilities not as finite, but as infinitely improvable. Master is a pain it, it demands effort if mastery wasn’t a pain everything would be easy. Purpose in motivation 3.0, maximization is taking place alongside is an profit is an aspiration and a guiding
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