“While complying can be an effective strategy for physical survival,
it's a lousy one for personal fulfillment.”
– Daniel H. Pink, American author, journalist and speech writer
“The speed limit is 40!” I said out loud. “What’s wrong with people?”
I was crossing a bridge that was under construction. Signs clearly informed drivers that the speed limit while passing workers was 40 km/h. Another sign alerted drivers that speed fines doubled within the designated area. I began to wonder why some people complied with posted speed limits while others ignored them completely. Did these people in the last group perceive choice and consequence differently than me? Did they see themselves as bound by a different set of rules? I began to...
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