MOTIVATION IN GLOBAL RECESSION TIME

                                                                                                Blog By Simran Kumari

GLOBAL RECESSION MOTIVATION

"THE KEY TO SUCCESS IS TO START BEFORE YOU'RE READY"


Seeing something going down which was totally raised by your hard-work???

Ya it does disappoints you but if u ponder upon that destruction and sit in a corner and cry... will it help??


Just give it a thought!!!


BELIEVE ME- THAT'S NOT THE END !

If you can create one idea then thousands more can be created too. Just to make and build the empire again you need to work and think patiently, make your right brain work!

If you are the leader of a company and many people work under you, you will have to be the most patient person out of the lot because your success is the survival of  other people under you!

So if a recession occurs every one is so stressed and depressed by circumstances that they are not 100% focused on their work. now its your job either you let it destroy or hold it and support it and build it again.
And you’re only human, so there may well be days when you struggle to motivate yourself, let alone people around you.

The real pain of recession – not the financial indexes or the balance sheets, but the loss of meaning and purpose in people’s lives.

You may use some of the  below tips to motivate your co-workers---but before that---Mind it DON'T OFFER MONEY OR BONUS BECAUSE THAT MAY HARM THEIR THINKING POWER AND DETERIORATE THE PERFORMANCE LEVEL The reason to is that "money is not everything"

The things that motivates them when they are employed are 

1.satisfaction of the work they are doing
2.status and a place in society
3.independence
4.a sense of being appreciated
5.reputation
6.a social life at work
7.dignity

People are always not motivated by money because some are motivated by the challenges they get in their way.

There are 4 kind of motivation rather than money and they are:

1.Intrinsic motivation – the love of the work itself. Research has shown that high levels of intrinsic motivation are strongly linked to outstanding creative performance.

2.Extrinsic motivation – rewards for good work or punishments for poor work. Research shows that too much focus on extrinsic motivation can block creativity.

3.Personal motivation – individual values, linked to personality. Each of us prioritizes some values over others; understanding your own values and those of people around you is key to motivating yourself and influencing others.

4.Interpersonal motivation – influences from other people. Much of our behavior is a response to people around us, such as: copying, competition, commitment, encouragement.

And the 4 main motivators are :

1.Challenges-You can look at the difficulties you face and see them as a challenge

2.Friends and enemies-You can look at the difficulties you face and see them as a challenge and You can confront your enemy

3.Rewards

4.Idols/heroes-You can be a hero, working to fix things and build them up again.

"THE RECESSION WON'T BE OVER TILL WE RAISE A 'GENERATION' THAT KNOWS HOW TO LIVE ON WHAT THEY'VE GOT."
























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