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Is the 5 dollars a month enough - Jared Olsen, Hilary Thorne

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We allocate certain funds every month for people to give away and people always want a little bit more because they love to use it. However, it's not about the dollar. People quickly realize that it's about how you feel when somebody appreciates you for the difference that you've made. So our money is not an issue. Honestly the cost of Motivosity and the funding of Motivosity is a point for us because we've seen how it's been able to deepen our connection and how it's been able to elevate our culture to a whole new level. We're super thrilled with the funding element of it. (Jared Olsen)

Five dollars a month that I mean well, it's better than stars or points. First of all because it's actually an amount that makes sense to your mind. Five bucks a month well for me that's a Starbucks from from my friends at work once a month, which I love. It's giving someone a dollar for saying 'Hey, thanks!' It's basically like 'Let me buy you soda' or 'Let me go take you here' without having to be inconvenient or deal with the weather or distance. A lot of employees now are dealing with the distance factor and not actually being able to say 'Hey, thanks! Let me take you to lunch' or 'Let me take you to this or do this.' Movivosity takes away all of those barriers and gives public recognition. You can make it private and you can give as much or as little as you want. If you do the dollar that's plenty. That's usually I think all that people expect. Then when you give even three dollars people are like 'Oh that's more than half of your allotment for the month. That must have really meant a lot to you. Thank you.' Because it is real money I think that's what makes the difference. (Hilary Thorne)