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Extrinsic Motivation

You are extrinsically motivated when you act or accomplish something for external rewards such as fame, money, praise, and grades.

Extrinsic motivation comes from external situations, such as when you want to receive praise, study for a test, or exercise because you donโ€™t want to look silly or out of shape in front of others.

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