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A human can never be motivated. You can just push a bit and show a way. A person always needs to be self-motivated to perform best and be successful. We as a company in HR spend a lot of effort on motivation programs and trainings. We call in some speakers and expect them to motivate our colleagues or workers. But a very simple question is CAN SOMEBODY MOTIVATE ANOTHER PERSON? The answer to this is NO! Trainers and consultants in this field fool people all around. To be frank what we CAN do is show people the way of being positive, or rather I should say optimistic. We in training give a push and explain motivation. So a person or a human can never be motivated, but he needs to be self motivated. Let me explain this a bit further. After a training we typically find a certain number of the participants start performing better, while the others remain the same. Why did this happen since all people attended the same session? The answer is simple: the person who was self motivated pi (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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  Rebecca Roe, United States

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