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Rewards and Punishments
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Extrinsic motivators in our culture have a huge impact on our thinking. We are signaled to this this, to not think that, or even to look away and not think at all.
Until we awaken to how we are being manipulated, we will not develop true self-determination and freedom.
Intrinsic motivation, living from the inside out from our values and purposes, fuels a life of meaning.
What's in this Lab?
Rewards and Punishments Lab Total Time: 1.5 hrs
EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION REFLECTION Participants: Small groups (3-4 people) Materials:
sheet of paper, colored pencils/pens/pastels
ORGANIZATIONAL EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION Participants: Small groups (3-4 people) Materials:
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