Larry Winget — who resists calling himself a motivational speaker — had an unconventional message for the crowd gathered at the 2014 Fast Casual Executive Summit:
The concept of “being passionate” about work, said Winget, is “a total load of crap.”
“I know people who are passionate but passionately incompetent,” he said. “Almost all of the work in the world gets done when people are not motivated.”
“We get work done because we said we would,” he said. “It’s that simple.”
Winget, who has landed on the New York Times Best Seller list no less than six times, delivered the event’s keynote address: “The cold, hard, ugly truth about success.”
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