Actions are often the Mask behind our Motivation!


We buy cars for utility, need, pleasure, status, adventure, or many other reasons. Ladies buy fancy bags with different motivations, too. Similarly, people drink for different reasons. Though our actions are the same, our underlying motivations differ.

As leaders, when we make judgment calls based on other’s actions, we often miss the real story. We must look at the motivations behind the actions and understand what is really happening.

Actions are often the mask behind our motivation.