The Nature Of Motivation In William Shakespeare's Hamlet

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Where does one’s purpose lead them when the presence of motivation is absent? Motivation is what brings forth change within individuals to pursue what they desire most, it is what defines their purpose within a society and makes them who they are. William Shakespeare in the play, Hamlet, develops the idea that without the nature of motivations expressed upon an individual, they become blinded of their own self-worth as well as their purpose towards their ambitions, which will therefore influence their future actions. When individuals are presented with ambitions that they must fulfill but not what they themselves personally desire, it binds them of moving forward. Individuals having a purpose leads them into change, often times for the better; however, when someone else’s purpose is enforced upon an individual, it removes their personal intent for their future actions hence demoralizing the individual and leading them to their demise. When one cannot express their own purpose, they will lack motivation in pursuing that purpose that is held upon them by someone else and that will eventually lead to the individual living a false life by being completely fixated on what they deem they so must accomplish. In the
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Without their own ambitions, individuals change and inherent different views of motivation expressed within their actions. Different purposes placed upon one will eventually change the way oneself judges things and will definitely silence his own thought in his actions. A purpose that is not of your own is a lie that will follow an individual to their grav. To know one self’s purpose then will the nature of motivation appeal to an individual and reinforce the judicious actions they take towards that very

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