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JOHN SANEI | The real truth about commitment – a game changer in an uncertain world

We're conditioned to believe we need motivation to get committed

Once upon a time there were people that worked in offices, with water-coolers and boardrooms and an IT department down the corridor. Once upon a time there were designated parking bays beneath high-rise buildings; there were lunch breaks at 1pm and knock-offs at 5pm.

There was traffic and coffee runs and tickets to the game on Saturday. This was life. This was certainty. Until one day, it was gone.   ..

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