Creative Chaos is Conducive to Motivation

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Daniel Newton Obaka
When one considers motivation in business organizational terms and politics, the first thing that comes to mind is monetary. Stick-and-carrot. But taking a more holistic view, I believe motivation is a by-product of human nature liberated from the shackles of nature called "self". Reading through some writings of organizations, communities and national leaders, there is a common thread that seems to reveal that, effective collaborations, partnership, and cooperation always add value to humanity. Humans seem to be motivated by the intrinsic human nature based on 'purpose motive'. This purpose motive thrives well in the environment of 'creative chaos'. In creative chaos environments, there are no rules to obey, but there's freedom to choose to obey self and follow one's heart, there are no commanding structures but there are flexible and integrated structures ready to build a relationship free from all forms of manipulation and intrigues. There is freedom to release inner-self that is (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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