What should be rewarded

A comment from Ibrahim Husain led me to explore his site at http://www.zencollegelife.com.

There’s lots of productivity info here with a focus on college life. There was also a link to Steve Olson’s gathering of Free Personal Development Material, to be explored with all the extra time you will gain!

I was especially drawn to his review of The Greatest Management Principle in the World” by Michael LeBoeuf BECAUSE of the list of things that should be rewarded. I immediately thought of David Seah’s Printable CEO Series and how this could fit in to motivate ourselves. (or employees)

The next thing to consider is how to discover what is most rewarding for each individual, and find a way to work that into the system.

I seek to create order from the chaos of complex information. Join me at the Daily PlanIt to gain insights, inspiration, and information to increase skills for a better life. I unlock the power of teaching reading with phonics in the pursuit of literacy at www.phonicspow.com. In my spare time I explore books and movies, often choosing titles available on both screen and page.

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2 comments on “What should be rewarded
  1. Thank you so much for the kind words. I really think that if people learned the methods of becoming more productive at a younger age, there would be so much more positivity spread, and that we would be a lot more successful. Vacations wouldn’t be put off until retirement, ya know? haha, anyways thanks again!

  2. Gamma says:

    It’s David SEAH, not SHEAH.

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