A month ago in London, on the world’s biggest stage, Usain Bolt crossed the finish line of the fastest race on earth with his signature nonchalance. The moment belied a lifetime of passion, grit, determination, training and preparation, and in the sub-10 seconds prior, Bolt injected a super-sized dose of inspiration to millions and triggered motivational tsunamis worldwide. Moments like these are rocket fuel for people seeking to make a positive change in their lives, both personal and professional. In the latter, it serves to boost the morale of colleagues and teams in the organization they work for. Indeed, motivational theories abound with references to the need for both intrinsic and extrinsic forms of motivation for organizations to survive, compete and win, especially in today’s dynamic marketplace. This year, we at Real intent, are deriving our dose of extrinsic motivation from the Olympics and its inspirational athletes.
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