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what drives or motivates us to do any things and what stops us from doing ?

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This is really a question of human psychology and I want to know the real reason what really motivates us to do whatever we do.
SHRIKANT MANOHAR DANKE  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
A thirst to live the life KING-SIZE motivates us to do any thing if you have a will then nothing will stop you from achieving it. Thanks for referral, Ms. Anita.
Mohammad Bakhsh  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
Thanks,Viirag  and Anita for referral. The determination to excel and fear of failure. Cheers to all
Rohit Thakur  |  Answered  |  3 years ago
Our eagerness drives us to involve in some activity and anxiety keeps us to maintain a safe way from any wrongdoing!! Well this is my personal feeling...
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Motivation is one of the key ingredients to bring out the best from any one.  Salary is often enough to keep employees working for an  organization , but not necessarily enough to capitalize on their full potential.   Practical ways to motivate...
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