Just read this: The Fun Theory

from Maurilio Amorim http://www.maurilioamorim.com/2012/05/the-fun-theory/

Intuitively we know that the more fun we inject in activities, the more likely people are to respond positively to them. When my boys were small I used to play let’s-see-how-fast-we-can-put-up-the toys game. They would clean the room in a matter of minutes as opposed to the whining and gnashing of their teeth that would be manifest during other chores.

This video is another reminder that people will choose even a more difficult path if we make it fun.

Where have you experienced the fun theory at work in your life?

from Maurilio Amorim http://www.maurilioamorim.com/2012/05/the-fun-theory/


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