This quote endorses intrinsic motivation

Intrinsic motivation is central to Motivation 3.0 as mentioned by Daniel Pink in his book Drive.. The following great quote of Seth Godin endorses the fact that intrinsic motivation is here to stay in the modern era: “The most successful givers aren’t doing it because they’re being told to. They do it because doing itContinue reading “This quote endorses intrinsic motivation”

This quote teaches us to be a STARTER everyday

Adopted from Seth Godin’s great quotes.. “The challenge, it turns out, isn’t in perfecting your ability to know when to start and when to stand by. The challenge is getting into the habit of starting.”

This great quote states that Innovation is the only option in the modern day

Adopted from the following great quote of Seth Godin.. “Is it any wonder we teach this mindset? Factories and managers don’t want spunk, or even innovation. They generally seek compliance. We rely on the disobedient few for innovation, but today, innovation is our only option.”

People do not buy WHAT we do , they buy WHY we do

Adopted from the lessons from Simon Sinek’s book Start With Why and Seth Godin’s great quotes.. The following great quote from Seth Godin is a lesson to all marketers round the world.. “People do not buy goods and services. They buy relations, stories and magic”

This quote inspires us to take risks for a better future

Adopted from the following inspiration quote of Seth Godin..  “If you are deliberately trying to create a future that feels safe, you will willfully ignore the future that is likely.”

Inspiring customers to buy a product

Manipulating buying behavior from a customer can lead to short term gains , create a desire but can never create LOYAL customers. Inspiring leaders who start with WHY and communicate clearly the meaning of the offering are able to command loyalty from their customers. It is the CAUSE represented by the company , brand ,Continue reading “Inspiring customers to buy a product”

Building customer loyalty by communicating the “WHY” aspect in a product

People DO NOT buy WHAT we do but they buy WHY we do it. The touch point of an organization with customers or market place is where the WHAT aspect of a product is exposed. Once the WHY communicated in a VISION translates to the WHAT aspect of a product is when the “innovators” ,Continue reading “Building customer loyalty by communicating the “WHY” aspect in a product”

These are situations when “extraordinary talent” gets rewarded

Adopted from Seth Godin’s book Linchpin , mentioned below are the THREE scenarios when extraordinary talent gets recognized and rewarded. When the knowledge is needed on a moment’s notice and bringing someone from outside is too risky or time consuming When the knowledge is required on a constant basis When the depth of knowledge isContinue reading “These are situations when “extraordinary talent” gets rewarded”