The Motivation Code is a masterwork. If you’re a peak performer—or if you want to be—the insights you’ll gain from understanding yourself and the people around you are priceless.—Chris Guillebeau, author of The Money Tree and The $100 Startup
In many years in the productivity field, an eternal question to me has been: “Even when I’m clear about what to do, why do I want to do some of those things, and don’t want to do others?” Todd and his team have cumulated deep research to clarify that answer, with an elegant model to identify our sources of inspiration and procrastination, and keys to leverage that awareness for yourself for personal and professional gain. Valuable stuff, for everyone.—David Allen, author of Getting Things Done
What if you knew, truly, why you did what you did? Until you understand your Motivation Code, trying to change your behaviors and habits is like chasing ghosts. This is Todd Henry’s most important book.—Michael Bungay Stanier, author of The Coaching Habit and The Advice Trap
An important step forward for understanding what drives us, and for leaders, what drives our teams.—L. David Marquet, author of Leadership is Language and Turn this Ship Around!
An incredibly powerful eye-opener. The Motivation Code helps you set aside generalized platitudes in favor of your own motivational recipe.—Jay Baer, founder of Convince & Convert and coauthor of Talk Triggers
With 27 different “motivational themes” divided into six “motivational families”—visionary, achiever, team player, learner, optimizer, and key contributor—Henry charts the pros and cons of each personality type… In the vein of the Myers-Briggs personality tests, these clever structures will help readers more fully understand their own idiosyncrasies.—Publishers Weekly