&NeedsMotivation
What is Motivation ?
MotivationIs A Mystery !
Motivationalone is notENOUGH
If you have anIDIOTand youMotivatehim
Now you have a Motivated IDIOT
Motivation“The driving force withinindividuals that impels them toaction”
Needs
NeedA state of felt deprivationsTypes of Needs12InnateAcquired
Innate Needs
Innate Needs• Physiological needs• Include food, water, air, clothing, shelter,sex, etc.• Considered as primary needs
Innate Needs
Innate Needs
Acquired Needs• We learn in response toour culture & environment• Include self-esteem,prestige, affection, power,etc.• Con...
Acquired Needs
Goals
You’ll never achieve yourIf they don’t becomeGoals!DREAMS
Types of Goals
How it works!NeedMotivationGoals123
Positive Motivation
Positive Motivation
Negative Motivation
Negative Motivation
Negative Motivation
Emotional Motives
Emotional Motives
Emotional Motives
Rational Motives
Rational Motives
Surrogate Goals“When one cannot attain a specificgoals, behavior may be directed to asubstitute goal.”
Surrogate GoalsHARLEY DAVIDSON
Surrogate Goals
But what happens when apersonTo achieve theGoals!
Frustration
Frustration“To deal with frustration, people adoptdefense mechanisms.”
Defense Mechanisms
“Redefining frustratingsituations in order to protectones self-image and defendself-esteem.”Defense Mechanisms
Aggression“An attempt to protect self-esteem”
Aggression
Aggression
Rationalization“Redefining a frustrating situationby inventing plausible reasons offailure”
Rationalization
Rationalization
Regression“Childish or immature behavior towards afrustrating situation.”
Regression
Withdrawal“Quitting the situation…”
Projection“Blaming others for your own failure”
Autism“Imaginary gratification of unfulfilledneeds”
Autism
Autism
Identification“Resolving frustration by identifyingwith relevant persons (celebrities) orsituations”
Identification
Identification
Identification
Identification
Repression“Avoid tension by repressingunsatisfied needs”“Manifestation of repressed needs ina socially acceptable form is ...
Sublimation
Needs and Goalsamong individuals
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  1. 1. &NeedsMotivation
  2. 2. What is Motivation ?
  3. 3. MotivationIs A Mystery !
  4. 4. Motivationalone is notENOUGH
  5. 5. If you have anIDIOTand youMotivatehim
  6. 6. Now you have a Motivated IDIOT
  7. 7. Motivation“The driving force withinindividuals that impels them toaction”
  8. 8. Needs
  9. 9. NeedA state of felt deprivationsTypes of Needs12InnateAcquired
  10. 10. Innate Needs
  11. 11. Innate Needs• Physiological needs• Include food, water, air, clothing, shelter,sex, etc.• Considered as primary needs
  12. 12. Innate Needs
  13. 13. Innate Needs
  14. 14. Acquired Needs• We learn in response toour culture & environment• Include self-esteem,prestige, affection, power,etc.• Considered as secondaryneeds
  15. 15. Acquired Needs
  16. 16. Goals
  17. 17. You’ll never achieve yourIf they don’t becomeGoals!DREAMS
  18. 18. Types of Goals
  19. 19. How it works!NeedMotivationGoals123
  20. 20. Positive Motivation
  21. 21. Positive Motivation
  22. 22. Negative Motivation
  23. 23. Negative Motivation
  24. 24. Negative Motivation
  25. 25. Emotional Motives
  26. 26. Emotional Motives
  27. 27. Emotional Motives
  28. 28. Rational Motives
  29. 29. Rational Motives
  30. 30. Surrogate Goals“When one cannot attain a specificgoals, behavior may be directed to asubstitute goal.”
  31. 31. Surrogate GoalsHARLEY DAVIDSON
  32. 32. Surrogate Goals
  33. 33. But what happens when apersonTo achieve theGoals!
  34. 34. Frustration
  35. 35. Frustration“To deal with frustration, people adoptdefense mechanisms.”
  36. 36. Defense Mechanisms
  37. 37. “Redefining frustratingsituations in order to protectones self-image and defendself-esteem.”Defense Mechanisms
  38. 38. Aggression“An attempt to protect self-esteem”
  39. 39. Aggression
  40. 40. Aggression
  41. 41. Rationalization“Redefining a frustrating situationby inventing plausible reasons offailure”
  42. 42. Rationalization
  43. 43. Rationalization
  44. 44. Regression“Childish or immature behavior towards afrustrating situation.”
  45. 45. Regression
  46. 46. Withdrawal“Quitting the situation…”
  47. 47. Projection“Blaming others for your own failure”
  48. 48. Autism“Imaginary gratification of unfulfilledneeds”
  49. 49. Autism
  50. 50. Autism
  51. 51. Identification“Resolving frustration by identifyingwith relevant persons (celebrities) orsituations”
  52. 52. Identification
  53. 53. Identification
  54. 54. Identification
  55. 55. Identification
  56. 56. Repression“Avoid tension by repressingunsatisfied needs”“Manifestation of repressed needs ina socially acceptable form is calledSublimation.”
  57. 57. Sublimation
  58. 58. Needs and Goalsamong individuals

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