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Motivation and the role of Workplace Toolbags™

Keeping your workforce motivated and inspired is going to be a daily battle, especially after a holiday weekend. The sooner you come to grips with this, the sooner you will have the opportunity to employ some of my powerful strategies.

Studies have shown that whether it’s the barametric pressure, the upcoming professional sport finals, or indecision over balancing a 401k for long-term growth, there will always be something other than business occupying your employees minds for at least 58% of their workday.

Because of this, you need a motivational tool that is not only memorable, but will break through the chaos of the day.

For these instances, I suggest you reach into your Workplace Toolbag™ and pull out a tool I call The “I Have Inoperable Cancer” Tool™.

There is no employee alive that won’t “get those reports in by four”, once they know you may be cast from the earth soon.

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  1. This plan can backfire if you are a middle manager like me. When you gather everyone around and tell them you may croak soon, some of more hipster kids will NOT get you the report BECAUSE you are dying soon.

  2. Administrator said:

    Great point Mr Hunt. The Hipster kid does pose a problem, but fortunately for you, it’s a problem I’ve come across before.

    Have you tried telling them that the rock band Weezer is terrible? And that their rock album Pinkerton is the worst album they’ve ever put out?

    Well try it. It worked for me. The hipster i ran across had an aneurysm on the spot.

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