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Why Mad Motive?

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Jonathan Markwell

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Why Mad Motive?

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Why Mad Motive?

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Am I mad? Well a few people have said I must be crazy to link my business to a blog called Mad Motive. It’s a phrase probably most commonly used in describing axe murderers.

However, in the context of this blog M.A.D. means Make A Difference. It’s what motivates me to do the things I do. I’m most happy putting lots of work into a project if it can lead to me making a positive difference to people’s lives. Now some people would call that a crazy motive, particularly those primarily motivated by power and money. I’m quite happy for them to call me Mad. It’s my belief that if I do what I do in a sensible way, I may be lucky enough to get some money and maybe even power as a result. :)

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Jonathan Markwell

http://jonathanmarkwell.com

I learned how to build better workplaces the hard way. I want you to learn how to do it much faster than the six years and over 600 coworkers it took me.

You should feel the high of that first day in your new office every single day. Tell me where to send you the lessons I've learned creating spaces coworkers love:

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