Parenting - Behaviour | 0-18 yrs

8 Things To Do To Internally Motivate Your Child

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Motivation plays a big role in helping us pursue what we are doing and get ahead in life.

There are two types of motivation: internal and external. External motivation depends on things like rewards and punishments, while internal motivation comes from within us. Most successful and famous personalities that we know about come across as individuals with a high degree of self-motivation.

Therefore, raising your child to be internally motivated can go a long way in ensuring that she works hard and succeeds in life. However, this is easier said than done. One of the key requirements for raising a child with internal motivation is to make her feel that she will be loved, regardless of what she achieves.

In this ClipBook, we explore how you can bring up your child to be internally motivated.

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