I've seen this video already a couple of times, and I still enjoy it (with a pinch of wicked, subversive appreciation ;-) A famous animated presentation for the Royal Society of Arts by Dan Pink named Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us. I find its message most amazing & wonderfully paradoxical (you know I love paradox!). That transcendence might be secretly leaking its way into economics & management, perhaps some of the most cynical disciplines of our times. The counter-intuitive (for some of us) revelation of this inspiring talk is that deep down we are driven by profoundly irrational (not calculating) & altruistic motives even when it comes down to money & work ambition. And that perhaps this unexpected, noble irrationality is what makes us fully human. Enjoy this singular delicious slice of a new discipline in the making - transcendental economics! ;-)
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