Motivations

Today I did a survey in my blueprint about Motivations. The results after the survey said my top motivation factor is an achievement. Achievement is something that has been accomplished, achieved through effort, or the result of hard work. An example of this is if you are in a race for track and field and your achievement is to come in first then you need to put in some work and practice to get first and you will accomplish that achievement.

Achievement also means successful completion; accomplishment. So by this, that means if you study hard for something like a test and you want to be successful by getting 80s or 90s you have to study to accomplish that goal. A person whos motivation is achievements they look for ways to feel like they’ve done something. Achievers are motivated to fully engage the use of their unique skills, knowledge, and abilities to create a feeling of accomplishment.

In the survey, they had in the results a secondary motivation and mine was Independence. Independence means not controlled or influenced by opines, decisions, and conduct, etc. so an example of that is in school and you are doing a science project and you want to be by yourself because u have your own ideas about the project and you wanna work by yourself that is an example about being independent.

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