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Motivating Yourself for Achievement (NetEffect Series), 1st edition

  • Arthur H. Bell
  • Dayle M. Smith

Published by Pearson (July 10th 2002) - Copyright © 2003

1st edition

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The Prentice Hall NetEffect series encompasses training for specific business areas, such as learning skills, job skills, management skills, and technology soft skills. Courses are available in print, on CD-ROM, or over the Internet. For more information on the NetEffect series, go to

Motivating Yourself for Achievement places both classic and contemporary theories and applications of motivation into a step-by-step guide for students, managers, and anyone interested in using personal motivators for higher levels of achievement.

Table of contents

1. Motivation: What It Is—and Isn't.

2. Dealing with the Classic Demotivators.

3. Assessing Your Primary Motivators.

4. Motivation from the Inside.

5. Motivation from the Outside.

6. Motivation by Reward.

7. Motivation by What You Expect.

8. Motivation by What's Fair.

9. Overcoming Demotivators and Mapping Your Motivational Goals.

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