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  3. 3.  One of the most important factors that lead one to their goals is the drive.This drive is known as motivation.  It is a zest and determination with a kind of excitement that leads one to persevere to reach greater heights, in no matter what avenue of their life; be it – personal or professional.  The drive may come from an internal or external source.
  4. 4.  A. Extrinsic Motivation:
  5. 5.  Extrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from outside an individual.The motivating factors are external, or outside, rewards such as money or grades.These rewards provide satisfaction and pleasure that the task itself may not provide.  An extrinsically motivated person will work on a task even when they have little interest in it because of the anticipated satisfaction they will get from some reward.The rewards can be something as minor as a smiley face to something major like fame or fortune.
  6. 6.  B. Intrinsic Motivation:
  7. 7.  Intrinsic motivation refers to motivation that comes from inside an individual rather than from any external or outside rewards, such as money or grades.  The motivation comes from the pleasure one gets from the task itself or from the sense of satisfaction in completing or even working on a task.
  8. 8.  1. Creativity: Motivated people think more clearly. They focus more intellectual resources on their current project, and the result is more creativity.  2. Energy: People who are motivated actually need less sleep – not because they’re on a constant adrenaline rush but because they possess a genuine, energizing excitement.
  9. 9.  3. Flexibility: Motivated folks have discovered that flexibility is a developed skill that doesn’t depend on circumstances. When their circumstances change, they’re more open to bending to deal with the situation rather than being rigid about an outcome.  4. Health: People who have a positive feeling about their life and its potential have reason to get and stay healthy. They have experienced the difference in energy and healthfulness during non-motivated times, and they prefer the motivated lifestyle.
  10. 10.  5. Magnetism: A motivated lifestyle is attractive, and motivated people have a certain magnetism. Others are naturally drawn to winners who are energizing by nature and habit.
  11. 11.  6. Recognition: When people live out a motivated lifestyle, they stand out. Others respect them for their achievements, admire their spunk, and, because they want to be associated with winners, offer their assistance.
  12. 12.  7. Optimism: Motivated individuals have found out that optimism opens more doors than negativity. They have discovered a life pattern of finding the silver lining or the potential in any turn of events. They aren’t thrown off course by change. They find the good in everything.
  13. 13.  1. Be an Active Listener to Motivate Others:Pure listening is when you are listening to your employee you are not: a) Multitasking b) Ordering your lunch c) Watching people walk by your office. d) Answering telephone calls e) Setting up appointments.  To be a pure listener you must be an active listener. Good managers do more than pay attention. They genuinely care about people and never talk down to them. They ask their employees about their goals and dreams, their past achievement, their concerns and challenges during this chaotic time. They listen with their hearts and minds. They respect the employee’s thoughts and opinions. They realize that the employees sometimes have the best answer for achieving more through chaos.
  14. 14.  2. WalkYourTalk to Motivate Others  If you expect your employees to arrive early, then you arrive early. If you expect your employees to keep their promises, you keep your promises. If you want your employees to keep to high standards, you keep to high standards.  Your employees are watching you even when you don’t think they are watching you. So set the tone. Once you walk through the doors of your organization make sure you are positive and upbeat if you expect your employees to be positive and upbeat.
  15. 15.  3. Let People KnowThey Make a Difference to Motivate Others  At the top of many lists of what motivates employees, more than money, is knowing that they make a difference at work. One of the most powerful methods of letting your employees know they make is difference is…praise (Go to article Appreciate to Motivate to learn how). The praise should relate to how the employee helps achieve the overall mission of the organization.
  16. 16.  4. Help Employees Succeed to Motivate Others  People go to work to succeed, not fail. It is your job to understand your employee’s strengths and weaknesses so that you can put them in the best position to succeed. If, for example, you find out that an employee is lacking in a certain skill set to succeed during a change then provide the coaching and training to make them and your organization successful. The best managers minimize or eliminate their employees weaknesses and while building on their strengths. Remove any and all barriers to success.
  17. 17.  5. Communicate Clearly to Motivate Others  Communicate so that others understand what you want to achieve. Adapt your communication to the audience you are speaking. Constantly communicate your vision and goals so that there are no misunderstandings. The clearer the vision, the clearer the communication, the clearer the opportunity for success.  6. FocusYourTeam on the Goal to Motivate Others  Focus your employees on the end result, the overall team goal. Once you successful communicate this your team will band together to defeat any obstacles that get in the way.
  18. 18.  7.HelpYour Employees Compete and Win to Motivate Others  Develop goals that help all your employees excel. Make your goals inclusive not exclusive. This means that everybody is working together and wins together. Have your employees complete against the goal, not each other.  8.Reward Outstanding Achievement to Motivate Others  Find ways to recognize your achievers in a public way. The more you reward employees for excellent achievement, the more you receive more of the same behavior. Make sure you are consistent with the way you contribute rewards to your employees. Very important, make use you communicate exactly why the employee is being rewarded. And last, reward as soon as possible to the action.