What if I’m not motivated by money?

What if I’m not motivated by money?

Thought Leaders Business School is designed to get experts from white belt (earning $120k a year) to black belt (earning $720k a year). We also talk about lifestyle and legacy as part of a successful practice, but the conversation starts with money.

That’s nice Pete, but what if I’m not motivated by money?

Great question. It’s one I get asked a bit. Here are three responses:

On telling the truth if you’re an expert

On telling the truth if you’re an expert

Last week I wrote about integrity as a productivity hack.

My friend and Thought Leaders founder Matt said that he thought I was being a little cunning sneaking integrity under the radar as a productivity hack. He’s right – integrity is a much bigger conversation than something to hack productivity (although I stand by what I wrote – it’s also the most important muscle to work on if you want to get more productive).

Might do

Might do

I love a good productivity hack more than most. Last week I wrote about the ideal week [link] – essentially a productivity hack. And I’m forever hacking my calendar, task list, morning ritual, working environment, and anything else I can think of.