I agree with pink because it’s fueled more by intrinsic desire because you want to do it than extrinsic ones. Motivation 3.0 demands engagement which produces mastery becoming better at something that matters. Mastery is a mindset it requires the capacity to see your abilities not as finite, but as infinitely improvable. Master is a pain it, it demands effort if mastery wasn’t a pain everything would be easy. Purpose in motivation 3.0, maximization is taking place alongside is an profit is an aspiration and a guiding
Subject: Zenger discusses the corruption of British government officials in New England, particularly the royal governors. He talks about how they take bribes, of how they cover up deaths of slaves in slave revolts. Zenger speaks of the climb for power in the government, about how many officials will sink to low standards in order to reach the statuses they so dearly covet. On many occasions, Zenger quotes ‘Cato.’ Cato is in fact a pseudonym for two men, John Trenchard and Thomas Gordon, who have written a series of essays exploiting corrupt government officials and essentially calling many of them out in their papers. The essays were published as a series of articles called “Catos’s Letters,” as publishing the essays under the men’s true names would have put them and their families in potential danger; being a whistleblower was dangerous, even back then.
Also in the same letter he states, “...harmful to the principles of good government and dangerous to the union, peace and happiness of this country…” In that document he was talking about the head of the rival party. Political parties were also responsible for gerrymandering. Gerrymandering is when the political party with the most power gets to draw districts, so they group up as many of their parties members in one district as possible in order to get more votes. Political parties had negative effects on the
1984 is a commentary on our society today Propaganda is defined as ideas or statements that are often false or exaggerated and that are spread in order to help a cause. In history, this is often used in an effective tool to spread the message of hate. Even today, the world is starting to view the rise of a politician that knows how to use propaganda effectively to build a following. In the novel 1984, the population is forced to watch a video of the opposition and express their hatred for “Two Minutes Hate”. As shown in the past during WWII and even in the US election this year, propaganda and hatred is often used unify a group of people.
As his life continued, he wrote many books one of which focused on the people in politics. This essay is called The Paranoid Style in American Politics. In this essay, Hofstadter explains his theory of a paranoid style in people in politics thoughts and actions. He claims that they believe people are always out to get his country. “It is the use of paramount modes of expression by more or less normal people that makes the phenomenon significant.” This excerpt shows that Hofstadter believes that people will create conspiracy theories when time of action is needed.
Popular vote is very direct; one vote for every person. It’s a common belief among political critics that the popular vote is a more fair system and will encourage a higher number of voter turnout. Under the restrictions of the Electoral College, specifically in lower populated states, some voters could feel an overwhelming sense of support for a specific candidate. This would give the voter the feeling that their vote would carry no meaning and in turn could cause a lower voter turnout. Since higher populated states have more electoral votes, many believe that the lower populated areas will be neglected.
He was convicted of multiple counts of fraud, money laundering, embezzlement, and electoral crimes. He used his power for his own personal gain which relates to “Stars, hide your fires! Let not light see my black and deep desires;" (Shakespeare 44). His corrupted desires led him to steal for his personal gain. Another example could be Richard Nixon who started out as a moderate republican, but ended up thinking he had the right to break into democratic offices, bug people, and suppression of press.
People became inherently self-interested because there were those who were considered the “fittest” (those were the people on the top), which were contrasted with those who were “unfit” (these people were those who had to work to be at the top). As for the redefinition of competition, this was defined as those who compete would reach the top. This time period was proven to be more cut throat in the way that you had to be inherently selfish to be at the top and competition was a major key factor in becoming part of the “fittest” class. Another ideal that prevailed was the idea that inequality is natural but equality is not. This meant that the world is purely a “dog eat dog” world, and there is no cooperation.
Higher quality products allow for a higher sense of value provided to the customer. Then, companies can charge a higher price because of that. Whereas, from the quality as reliability perspective, customers want a product that performs as it was intended and can last. The product or service has to appeal to the customer and make them want your product over another. Companies will be more profitable because their products are more reliable, then they will have less defected products.
It has been contaminated by political influences. Today, the media has many vital roles in a modern democracy such as; political lies, reviling the truth to the public as well as helping to aid with the hypocrisy of the nation. Democracy is commonly defined as by Abraham Lincoln “A Government of the people, by the people and for the people”. In today’s society, liberation and democracy walk hand in hand. Democracy, in my view, is only capable of exsisting with a