Top investors identify great ideas ahead of the crowd, regularly. They do this in part by digging into opportunities deeper, better, and faster than the competition. Chief among their skills is the ability to creatively uncover the strengths and shortcomings of companies that others just don't see.
Motivation can come from extrinsic or intrinsic sources. Intrinsic motivation is fueled by interests that promote creativity and success. It can enable investors to develop ideas that give them the leverage they need to perform well long term.
This essay examines the concept of intrinsic motivation and its role in filling portfolios with great ideas. It then dives into how to get your mojo going by explaining the necessary tools needed to drive strong and consistent outcomes.
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