Achievement, Chocolate and Other

Imagine if you could constantly replicate the great feeling that you get from achieving something special. That overwhelming sense of self-satisfaction and self-esteem that comes when we have truly accomplished something we set out to do. Imagine if, as a manager, you could replicate that feeling in your staff as well.

The major physiological response to achievement is the increase in the levels of dopamine in our bodies. Dopamine is not only responsible for our feelings of satisfaction and well-being but, coincidentally, is also responsible for increased attention, problem-solving, cognition and translating motivation into action. It
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