According to Daniel Pink’s book Drive, Pink argues about why moving to motivation 3.0 and type I behavior would help create a new operating system to help our own selves, our companies and our world to become more motivated. Pink also states that we have three innate psychological needs which are competence, autonomy, and relatedness, when these needs are satisfied our motivation boost up. I agree with pink, people like autonomy because it gives them control over what they’re doing so they feel motivated and connected. Pink suggested a new approached to motivation, he called this theory Self-Determination, this is motivation 3.0, and people get more freedom to work however they want as long as it gets done in a certain time period. The three elements of type I behavior are autonomy.
This demonstrates that we as the people of the United States America have the right to create their own life and be happy from it. It gives the freedom to decide what to do with your life. It’s your choice of how you want to use it. Going on the journey of pursuing your happiness will make you learn new things and learn more about yourself. Students go on pursuit to gain a high school or college diploma to be happy from it.
If everyone was motivated and inspired the same way today, the world and people would be much different in terms of ideas and innovation. We, as people, wouldn’t have to worry about a problem because it would be solved almost immediately since everyone is motivated to seek answers including myself so someone wouldn’t be dependent on someone else for their work or problems. At the same time, while people solving their own problems and were becoming independent, people would also, as a reaction, help the world. Sometimes, like Equality, when you are trying to solve your own problems, you end up solving other peoples’. Equality was trying to prove that he was smart enough to be in the Home of Scholars and through that motivation, he invented light electricity that could help millions of others.
By writing or telling others of the importance of sustainable practices, and the importance of taking action, it is possible to make a change to the future and to the world of today while some people may say the world and the people in it are too stuck in their old ways for trying to convince them to make any difference, this is simply untrue. By putting ones vision for a brighter future out into the world, it can change people's minds. Perhaps it will not change many minds, but even a small difference in the way people think can go a long
The idea that we will use what we learn from the virtual world about ourselves, about our identity, to live better lives in the real world seems ideal. However, these technologies have been used as tools of exploitation, which has baited us into a make-believe life, as we are slowly being pulled away from a sense of who we are and what really matters. People are practically attached to their smartphones because its multi-purpose features make life seem easier. Our desire not to miss out on anything that might be happening with friends, celebrities, and even trends on social media has fueled this tech addiction. In the novel “Feed” by M.T Anderson, Anderson describes a dystopian future in which most of society is completely superficial, uneducated and influenced by consumerism.
Life is full of astounding experiences and significant accomplishments. Unfortunately, people only focus on the accomplishments in life, not the journey. Willa Cather announced “The end is nothing; the road is all.” The writer was explaining how the life experiences along the way can assist others to be greater people in the future. The adventure can teach people numerous lessons in life. Although multiple people believe that the conclusion is all that matters, the adventure will be memorable.
What do you believe the future will be like? Let's take a look into the future, and prove how it wouldn't be as good as we think it would be. In Bradbury's short stories, he uses his idea of the future to inform the reader on how technology could be a bad thing. He goes into extensive detail on how technology has flaws, how it can negatively affect us, and how it could be advancing too far one way yet not enough in the other. With that being said, what does he think the future will be like?
He mentions that the education system has the pinnacle well checked, but is lacking on the basics of the pyramid. This also allows the audience to see that if you have the right bases your pyramid will work for you. Andrade’s choice to use Tupac’s story is for the audience to see that one action can change a person’s life. The anecdote shows us that if you push the person in the right direction with time and tell them that they are worth it and believe in them selves they can improve. It shows us that everyone has the potential to grow, if one has the tenacity.
(Tulgan1) This generation is used to having powerful and easy to use technology at their fingertips day in and day out, when it comes to working in the real world they might not have access to these resources and will struggle tremendously. Tulgan concludes that the reasons why they may struggle is evidently because, “They don’t puzzle through the problem [….] reflect on why the solution is the right solution.” Although, technology has become a big part of everyday life for Millennials this is not such a bad thing because the information gained from having this outstanding resource can provide many great benefits. Technology exposes Millennials to different ideas and ways of thinking, they are no longer limited to the beliefs of the people around them. They are opened up to the way others think through the internet allowing them to choose what they want to believe in.
People interpret the events that have happened and explaining it. Based on it, people tend to predict the future’s outcome. So, he believed that people live in the present and have one eye on the future. However this view is fails to consider the developmental and cultural influences on the personality. On the other hand, the Kelly’s personal construct theory received a moderate to strong rating on the amount of research it has generated.