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Can Motivation be Negative?

It is widely accepted that motivation is a good thing. It is often seen as the key to success, whether in school, work, or athletics. However, it is possible for motivation to have negative effects. In some cases, it can be detrimental to one’s performance or even lead to avoidance behavior. Negative motivation can often…

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The Law of Attraction

The law of attraction is the belief that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, people can bring positive or negative experiences into their life. It is based on the idea that thoughts and feelings are energy that attracts corresponding energies. The idea of attraction has been around for centuries and has been used by…

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How can I overcome my lack of motivation?

It’s normal to feel unmotivated from time to time. But if you’re stuck in a rut, it can be hard to get out. Fortunately, there are things you can do to overcome your lack of motivation. Start by identifying what’s causing your lack of motivation. Is it something specific, like a project you’re dreading? Or…

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How to Motivate Yourself: Improvement Tips

Find effective rewards It can be tough to keep yourself motivated. Knowing how to motivate yourself is not always easy. You may have started off your journey with lots of motivation and energy, but eventually hit a wall. This is why it’s important to find effective rewards to keep yourself motivated. There are a few…

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Understanding Motivation

The Science Behind Motivation In order for understanding motivation and how the brain works with motivation, we need to look at what two related fields of neuroscience and psychology have discovered. Recently, neuroscientists and psychologists have established that we typically experience motivation when the neurotransmitter dopamine is released and travels to the nucleus accumbens (NAc).…

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Expectancy Theory of Motivation

What is the Expectancy Theory of Motivation? The expectancy theory of motivation was proposed by Victor Vroom at the Yale School of Management, in the 1960s. This theory suggests that an individual’s motivation is a result of a rational calculation. There is a measurable link between the type and amount of effort invested and the…

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The Motivation Master Key | The Master Key to Motivation

Motivation Master Key Do you wish there was a foolproof way or a “master key” that would allow you to motivate people? I mean a way to get them to energetically do what was in their best interest without having to be pushed? A magical motivation master key. Well, there is such a key, and…

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Why Perception Matters

What’s the big deal about our perception? I’ll explain why perception matters with a little analogy. You have probably been told that seeing is believing. It implies that we can trust what we see. Oh, I know with editing and special effects we cognitively know better than to trust something we see on a screen.…

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Do Beliefs Come in Different Kinds?

What are the 3 types of beliefs? There are three distinct types of beliefs. They are different and linked together. They affect each other in peculiar ways. For instance, our belief about the world is affected by our belief about ourselves as well as our belief about those close to us. Often, we can change…

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Self-Perception; A Closer Look at Who You Are

What is Self-Perception? Self-Perception is the image we hold about ourselves and our traits. Keep in mind, it also includes the judgments we make about those traits. So, this means in essence that self-perception includes two perceptual processes. The Two Perceptual Processes of Self-Perception Self-Concept Self-Esteem Think of it this way, your self-concept is the…

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