Incentivizing Someone To Do What You'd Like Creates Extrinsic Motivation For Good Behavior But Fails To Instill Intrinsic Motivation

Incentivizing Someone To Do What You'd Like Creates Extrinsic Motivation For Good Behavior But Fails To Instill Intrinsic Motivation

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Have you ever questioned why someone needs to be rewarded to do what he/she was supposed to do in the first place? Why do employees have to receive an incentive to go to work? Why do children need to receive a reward for good behavior when they are supposed to behave correctly? This episode of The Marc Medley Show deals with these questions.

Chapters

  1. 00:00
    What Could Have Been
  2. 05:12
    Respect Your Father

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