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Owen Forth

Great post! Very straight to the point. I realized now why gameshow contestants perform way better than the average. A contestant performs their best because they want to part of something that glorifies a great performance. They want to feel accepted and admired. Same as in business. An employee wants to be part of something cool and that can recognize their potential. It's in the culture (http://goo.gl/fSaLDK).

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