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Published on Dec 11, 2010

No doubt, motivational skills are highly valued because of the consequences: motivation produces. Motivation concerns everyone in positions of authority or influence who are trying to mobilize others to act. As we will hear throughout our lesson, people who's motivation is authentic and self endorsed—not controlled by others-- have more interest, excitement and confidence, resulting in enhanced performance, persistence and creativity, heightened vitality, self esteem and general well being. Self motivation, rather than external motivation, is at the heart of responsibility, healthy behavior, and lasting change. External cunning or pressure can sometimes bring about compliance, but with compliance come various negative consequences, including the urge to defy. So the question is: how can people in positions of authority motivate others (that is, your children, your students, your employee's, your clients and patients etc. ) if the most powerful motivation, leading to the most responsible behavior, must come from within? Our lesson in motivation explores this fundamental question and more.

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