Any success is suspended from motivation. This force that pushes to act is considered, in general, only as an effective means to reach a goal. The author goes beyond this point of view to consider it, above all, as an essential educational goal. He analyzes the sources of this psychological energy, the factors of its development, and defends the idea that it is necessary to educate this force in the context of a relational approach and a humanist ethic. His study focuses on human interactions, and particularly on how to be a leader.
Accessible to all, this book constantly mixes the experiences, the theoretical references, the analyzes, and the proposals of actions. He avoids the trap of free intellectualism or narrow technicism.
By inviting everyone to the necessary self-work, he gives a real lesson in life.