Interesting read, But Quora did offer money to answer questions and this is incorrect: “unlike Mahalo, Quora did not offer a single cent to anyone answering questions.”
Quora did in fact offer to pay users to write reviews. In February of 2016 I personally received a request to answer a question with a $1,000 “Knowledge…
Love this breakdown between psychology and tech of why gamification works and its interrelation with employee engagement.
Of note is that gamification in the workplace also drives collaboration, especially when the games are competitive. That may seem counterintuitive but it works.
Not a tool with built in content, but a tool to learn whatever you’ve got information about but haven’t absorbed, check out atrivity.com
It’s a mobile trivia game app, where you make your own game. Has a free version.
I would bet that women more often rephrase and confirm what their prospects just told them and a significant amount of the time they’re talking is reaffirming and showing that they have listened to the customer by recapping their needs, wants, and concerns.
Great ending, and appreciated the uncensored feel of going through the process of what would end in a succinct and carefully planned 140 characters or less. It’s a glimpse of the inner dialogue that we rarely get to normalize when there is so much pressure to say the right thing in the right place at the right moment to the right audience.