“People aren’t always taking this as seriously as you are. Remember, you aren’t taking their work as serious as they do either,” and 11 more tweetable thoughts on ministry leadership from Ron Edmondson.
Confidence is an expectation of a positive outcome. It is not a personality trait; it is an assessment of a situation that sparks motivation. If you have confidence, you’re motivated to put in the effort, to invest the time and resources, and to persist in reaching the goal. Here are eight barriers to confidence from the Harvard Business Review.
Some thinkers have started arguing that “follow your passion” is bad advice. The real problem is not with the advice itself, but rather with a failure to understand the true definition of “passion” and the role it plays in a person’s life. Matt Perman on following passions and strengths.
Does competition kill productivity? Good motivation is key for any amount of productivity, but is competition the best way to motivate your team? Fast Company looks at an example from Groupon.