A legendary performance coach shares his simple, proven and fun methods for cultivating motivation – and keeping it. In Motivation, Stefan Falk is your expert guide to success.
'The very best insights, tools and tips for managing yourself and your goals in high-pressure situations' – Daniel H. Pink
Doing something for its inherent satisfaction – rather than external rewards – is the key to success and satisfaction in any endeavour. Motivation is the essential and comprehensive guide to how you can achieve this. Filled with practical methods and techniques Stefan Falk developed at McKinsey & Company, and through twenty-five years as a senior executive and performance coach working with elite athletes, top executives, special operators in the armed forces and leaders from all walks of life.
To satisfy our psychological needs in today’s professional world, we must pursue them consciously and purposefully – but unfortunately, most of us don’t know how to do so effectively. The true solution to becoming happier, healthier and more productive is to become intrinsically motivated: to stop wasting time on activities that don’t really contribute to our careers or our company’s success, eschew the dog-eat-dog culture of modern business, and find ways to take pleasure in what we do – and to do it well. This groundbreaking book will revolutionize your approach to success at work and beyond.
'If you're looking for fresh ways to energize your work, you've come to the right place' – Adam Grant
Published as Intrinsic Motivation in the United States.
The very best insights, tools, and tips for managing yourself and your goals in high-pressure situations
Daniel H. Pink, New York Times bestselling author of When, Drive, and To Sell is Human
If you’re looking for fresh ways to energize your work, you’ve come to the right place. Stefan Falk has written an immediately useful read on making your job more invigorating
Adam Grant, No.1 New York Times bestselling author of Think Again and host of the TED podcast WorkLife
Concrete, actionable advice from a master
Barbara Oakley, author of A Mind for Numbers and creator of Learning How To Learn