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Self Motivation, Types of motivation and Importance of self motivation

  1. Self Motivation Presentation by Km Keerti Singh 200142 ‘B’ B.Ed, Semester 1 School of Education Central University of Haryana Presented to Dr. Archana Yadav Assistant Professor School of Education Central University of Haryana
  2. Self Motivation Latin word ‘mover’ which means “to move”. Motivation is the process that initiates, guides, and maintains goal-oriented behaviors. It is what causes you to act, whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge. Motivation involves the biological, emotional, social, and cognitive forces that activate behaviour.
  3. We can understood motivation by examining three terms: Motive: It is an inner state of some felt need, restlessness, a drive that directs the behaviour towards satisfying this need. Motivating: providing environment and channels to put a person in action for attaining motive is called motivating process. Motivation: It is the complex forces starting a person to do work and continues him in the course of action already initiated. Self Motivation
  4. Motives 1. Primary motive: these motives are linked with the basic primary needs associated with The the biological or physiological well being of the individual. Examples: Hunger, thirst, sex, avoidance of pain, elimination of body waste sleep and rest etc. 2. Secondary motives: these are linked with one’s social psychological needs and hence are named as the psychological or social motives. They are acquired like other forms of learning behaviour in the course of satisfaction of needs. Examples: power motives, achievements self actualization motive, security motive, application affiliation motive.
  5. Maslow need hierarchy
  6. TYPES OF MOTIVATION 1. Natural motivation for intrinsic motivation: this type of motivation directly link with the natural instincts,urges and impulses of of the organisation . An individual who is naturally motivated, performs an act because he find enclosed within in the activity. 2. Artificial motivation for extrinsic motivation: motivation the source of pleasure does not lie within the task. hair the individual does or learns something not for its own sake, but as a means of obtaining desired goals or getting some external reward.
  7. Motivation cycle
  8. Conclusion Self-motivation is the force that keeps pushing us to go on – it's our internal drive to achieve, produce, develop, and keep moving forward. When we think we are ready to quit something, or we just don't know how to start, our self-motivation is what pushes us to go on. With self-motivation, we learn and grow – regardless of the specific situation. That's why it's such a fundamental tool for reaching our goals, achieving our dreams, and succeeding, in this journey we call life.
  9. Reference ● Mangal, S.K. & Mangal, Shubhra. (2017). Learning and Teaching. Delhi: Shipra Publications. ● Agarwal, Mohit. (2018) Management. Meerut: Arihant Publications. Thank You! Presentation by Km Keerti Singh 200142 ‘B’ B.Ed, Semester 1 School of Education Central University of Haryana