Motivation for a particular behaviour
Motivation for a particular behaviour may be attributed to the reasons which include basic needs (e.g., food, water, shelter) or an object, goal, state of being, desirable ideal, “positive” or “non-negative” states of being, altruism or morality.
Motivation refers to the initiation, direction, intensity and persistence of human behaviour (Geen, 1995).
The self-control of motivation is a subset of emotional intelligence.
A goal's efficiency is affected by three features: proximity, difficulty and specificity. A goal should be moderate, objectively defined and intelligible. People want to feel they will succeed.
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