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What kinds of rewards do you need to stay motivated?
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I am not currently involved in any other organizations.
I mostly do work for myself, so the motivation I have is to keep the children happy and satisfied at their time here.
The rewards usually motivates me the satisfaction of my clients, peers motivation and my my supervisors appreciation.
Apart from chocolate, the general satisfaction that you get from helping someone even if its helping them with their dinner or down the stairs is enough to tell you that you are on the right path and your doing something correct.
Simple rewards such as saying great job, or keep up the good work.
I believe in staying true to my work, and leaving a positive impact on others. Knowing that I have done the job right and made a positive impact on others motivates me to work even harder.
I don't really need rewards when I'm being motivated. But if I need to, then food.
What always keeps me motivated is talking to patients getting to know their stories and simply getting a smile and a thank you when helping them communicate with their doctors and helping them understand their heath.
Hearing good compliments from supervisors and seeing you are improving everyday that keeps me motivated.
Seeing how I benefit others is all the motivation I need.
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