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What really motivates you? What makes you get up in the morning and do what you do? In this group we discuss, compare and evaluate different motivational frameworks with special focus on Reiss Motivation Profile. The motivational research by the American Professor Steven Reiss forms the scientific basis of the Reiss Motivation Profile. Using numerous studies with thousands of trial subjects he identified a total of 16 psychological basic desires which every human being possesses. These basic desires must be satisfied in order that we feel our lives to be meaningful. They are moulded by our genes and experiences in childhood and adolescence, remain largely constant throughout our lives in accordance with previous perceptions and thus give us permanent orientation. Understanding your own desires can be a crucial step towards a better life. What motivates me and what demotivates me, are questions that all people should be able to answer to be able to fill their lives with value based happiness. Understanding the basic desires can also make you a better leader and a better coach. If you are interested in living your life (and work life) with greater fulfillment and joy, join us in the discussion at the next meetup.

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