Posts Tagged ‘Motivation’

Motivating Raiders: Part 3 – Respect

This is the third (and for now final) part of my series on . Check out parts and as well as the original article if you like. Today we will talk about what I consider the most important tool of a raid leader, respect, and how to achieve it.

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Motivating Raiders: Part 2 – Love

Welcome to the second follow-up to my post. Since the first instalment was about , it should be quite obvious that today I’m going to to talk about love. There are many definitions of love, but I will only refer to a very specific subset here. But don’t worry, the post is still longer than […]

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Motivating Raiders: Part 1 – Fear

I got feedback from a few people that they enjoyed my post but missed a part about practical application. The following sequels will attempt to remedy that by detailing ways in which you can achieve each of the three and what consequences that may have. I originally meant for it to be only one sequel […]

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Fear, Love, Respect

Some of you may be familiar with the works of Italian philosopher Machiavelli and others will at least have heard of him. I’m not going to argue for or against machiavellianism here, but his below quote will get us started on the discussion of how a raid (or guild) leader will get her raiders to […]

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