There are only two stimulants to one's best efforts-the fear of punishment, and the hope of reward. When neither is present, one can hardly hope that salespeople will want to be trained or want to do a good job. When disappointment is not expressed that one hasn't done a better job, or when credit is withheld when one has done a good job, there is absolutely no incentive to put forth the best effort.— John Moulder Wilson
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Fear; if allowed free rein, would reduce all of us to trembling shadows of men, for whom only death could bring release
There are only two stimulants to ones best efforts: the fear of punishment, and the hope of reward.
Emotions are the color of life; we would be drab creatures indeed without them. But we must control these emotions or they will control us.