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3 Classifications on the basis of motivation

A rudimentary classification of people on the basis of their motivation has been presented in this post. This is not based on previous research. This is based on experiential inferences drawn over a period of three years in personal and office settings.

Type A : Needs to be motivated - This class of people need weekly/daily/hourly dose of motivation. Without an external stimuli of motivation, they start feel de-motivated and lose interest in the task provided. They are generally the seekers, who want to led and require complete information, decisions, processes which they can follow. On personal level, they derive low engagement value in relationships, however, they tend to be stable.

Type B : Is self motivated - This class of people need external stimuli motivation, however, they are able to find one themselves. They do not rely on others for them to come and talk to them to feel motivated. They know the sources and realise when they need motivation to be injected in them. They usuall…

Age of Instant Gratification

As Simon says, this is the age of instant gratification and everyone needs the answer, the product, service right at that moment. No wonder, the online reviews industry picked up five years back as the need for instant gratification left the users not-satisfied with the product or service.

If you Google out the best and biggest service brands globally, you will find reviews claiming they are cheaters/fraudsters and what not by real people posting their reviews. And these volume of such reviews is so high that you cannot count them.

So does that mean that there is no company in the world which offers genuine products, services and does not focuses on service quality. In-fact, its the contrary, most companies and start-ups are trying hard to focus on service quality, quality of the product or service and hire the client support team prior to the front-line sales team. However, the expectation from this generation is unrealistic. Nobody, not even machines/robots can match the expectation…