Motivation to work with earnings

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Kunchit Tasanavites

Abstract

Motivation is one of many factors that help understand the behavior of people in the work that Why are people so diligent Mana diligently and works well. Motivation can help explain the causes of behavior and predict the behavior of individuals. Help explain the differences between people, because those people who have the motivation to do that behavior are different, allowing the person, agency or organization to manage the person or group to have the motivation to perform the desired behavior. In this article, we will talk about internal motivation. And external motivation Will explain the level of motivation By starting from 1) without motivation 2) external motivation Which has a total of 4 levels, 2.1) acceptable levels of external regulations 2.2) regulations that feel self-directed 2.3) regulations that have been passed the characteristics 2.4) integrated regulations And ultimately 3) motivation from within Which motivation from this work will gradually create a process of internal knowledge sealing Elevate yourself from low to high Therefore motivation It is therefore important and necessary for entrepreneurs to have knowledge. Understanding of principles And motivation techniques

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Tasanavites, K. (2019). Motivation to work with earnings. Rajapark Journal, 13(28), 124–133. Retrieved from https://so05.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/RJPJ/article/view/182844
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