Do you know what intrinsic motivation means and do you know how to use it to your advantage?
It means: Inward; internal; hence, true; genuine; real; essential; inherent; movement and action.
It refers to: motivation that comes from inside an individual rather than from any external or outside rewards. 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.
For example: If you are strong in this area you to maximize your own top drivers and, as an example, organize your time so that you spend time doing things that naturally interest you and then work becomes enjoyable and provides a sense of pleasure and energy.
Being able to say the statements below are true for you indicates that you have some strength in this important area. The better you understand this area for yourself the stronger your energy and motivation will be every day.
If any of these statements are NOT true for you, you can improve here and very quickly tap into to and begin using more of what your own strengths and motivations are. Click on each link for helpful assessments, tools and resources to get MORE of this powerful knowledge:
Try the intrinsic motivation exercise on Page 2 of this article. It will show you specifically what high intrinsic motivation looks like, with examples from YOUR past. We'll also talk about the old-school and new-school mindset.