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Definition of Motivation A need or desire that energizes and  directs behavior
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The healthy life, said Sigmund Freud, is filled by  love and work. Culver Pictures
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Attitudes Towards Work 1. Job:  Necessary way to make money. 2. Career:  Opportunity to advance from one position to  another. 3. Calling:  fulfilling a socially useful activity. Work you do  is making a meaningful contribution to the world. People have different attitudes towards work. Some  take it as a:
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Work and Satisfaction In industrialized countries work and satisfaction go  hand-in-hand.
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Flow is experience between no work and a lot of  work. Flow marks immersion into one’s work. People who “flow” in their work (artists, dancers, composers  etc.) are driven less by extrinsic rewards (money, praise,  promotion) and more by intrinsic rewards.
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Industrial-Organizational (I/O)  Psychology Applies psychological principles to workplace. 
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