Le Pei managed to escape from the tower with the help of the male protagonist Fei Huat, but encountered a villain in the tavern who planned to capture Fei Huat, who became a wanted criminal for stealing the crown, in exchange for a reward. gold. Le Pei begged them hard, told about his dreams, and finally moved the villain to recall his dreams and let Feihuat go. Le Pei has been holding on to his dreams and moving forward bravely; in reality, we have also been marching toward our dreams, and what has always supported us is motivation.
Psychologists Deci and Ryan (2001) mentioned telemarketing list two kinds of motivation, namely extrinsic motivation and intrinsic motivation. Extrinsic motivation is not interest in the activity itself, but other things brought about by the activity, such as promotion of status, fame and fortune, material rewards, etc. In contrast, intrinsic motivation is interest in the activity itself, not material satisfaction, but because the activity brings meaning and joy to the person and actually enjoys participating in the activity.
Research has shown that intrinsic motivation can improve creativity, cognitive flexibility, and physical and mental health more than extrinsic motivation. Psychologists Sheldon and Kasser (2001) mentioned that according to self-determination theory, everyone has three innate psychological needs: autonomy, that is, the need to be able to make decisions freely, Relatedness, the need to connect with others, and competency, the need to be able to perform activities effectively. When we meet these 3 needs, intrinsic motivation happens.