How you feel is often more important than what you earn

Psychology Today
June 17, 2013

New survey on an individual’s relationship with motivation, money and recognition finds that 70% of survey respondents reported their most meaningful recognition “had no dollar value” – a substantial increase from 57% in a similar survey 2007. This study may have implications for the mediation world if feelings and respect are often equally as important as the monetary settlement offer.

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