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Intrinsic Motivation

You are intrinsically motivated when you accomplish something because it is personally rewarding to you. You want to do something because of an internal desire.

For example:

  • Going for a run every morning because you love the runnerโ€™s high and the energy it gives you for the day
  • Clean your home because you it makes you feel calm and organized.

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