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Summary of Drive

Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us is a non-fiction book that examines the science behind motivation and why traditional incentives often fail. Written by Daniel H. Pink, the book explores the idea that the best way to motivate people is to give them autonomy, mastery and purpose. Pink explains that when people are motivated by intrinsic rewards, such as the satisfaction of doing a job well, they become more creative and productive. He also argues that a focus on rewards and punishments can actually stifle motivation and performance. As a result, Pink proposes a new approach to motivation based on self-direction and intrinsic rewards. Through a mix of research, anecdotes and stories, Pink presents convincing evidence that this new approach is the key to unlocking human potential.

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