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How To Accomplish (Almost) Anything with Strong Incentives

Inertia is the enemy, and the solution is to design incentives that make the status quo uncomfortable

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One morning, in May of 2005, I realized I had been living a lie. For nearly two years, I had been building a business, but finally came to accept it was all a lie. In hindsight, the signs were…




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