Along the value theory lines, many people feel motivation after performing a particular behavior that takes them to the point that the entity’s capacity reaps good outcomes and to believe in his or her ability. When humans set conscious objectives or goals that one can regulate his or her action more readily. Along the intrinsic line of motivation, one can enjoy and find interest in his or her activities. The self-determination premise enables one to assess his or her natural needs for competency, self-sufficiency, and relatedness. It takes that one back to intrinsic motivation whereas this one begins to flourish as his or her needs are satisfied. The implicit motives then make active and allow that one to articulate external conscious wakefulness.
What is self-determination? This is a question that not only one human will ask, it is a question that has taken many philosophers, psychologists, and even scientists to explore. According to the hierarchy of human needs, the surrogate approaches to inspire oneself has sophisticated. As humans, we stand on a low-level need platform, instinctive survival, and sophisticated needs that reinforce one behavior. The initial phase of this hierarchy goes into the need to feel basic demands, and these needs must be satisfied before one reaches the higher planes of needs. Physiological needs are the standard level that sums up the need to feel safe, secure, and protected. By filling the need to feel safe one can feel the need for belongingness. Esteem is essentially necessary to build, which includes feeling esteem from other people.
According to some philosophers, a higher plane of human needs is self-actualization. This includes human needs and the modem to express one’s feelings and thoughts while working through self-development. It is also the need to actualize the ability to perform. Self-actualization is not generated by needs rather it is the need to grow. It is the need to expand motives while developing one’s abilities and skills. Human behaviors often reflect on a good sum of human needs. For instance, people need to work to make money, people often need to feel esteemed, connect with others, and feel self-actualization.
This presents a problem since most people will spend a lifetime consuming their time focusing on motives, rather than focusing on self-development. Many people tend to stay stuck in one place after a measure of growth. On the other hand, people that do not have their needs meet tend to focus on filling esteem, yet only to be esteemed by other people. They do not focus much on expressing the need for motive or arts. People that have reached self-actualization often pursue artistic concerns, cultural, and moral rather than esteem, or basic human needs. Self-actualization according to some philosophers is the process of development that only a few people meet.
Peoples in the fall in a few categories, which they will focus on material needs, relationships, and potentials to continue learning while using their skills. Based on the ERG premise human-level needs are the basic survival needs, that is existence, relatedness, and then the need two continued growing. Some philosophers believe that people achieve a higher level of self-determination based on their job role, position, and how the job fits their career role. If an entity is working at a job and the pay is minimal likely this person is not one of concern himself over continuing learning to advance his skills. However, if an entity has a good job and position in life, thus this entity is likely to feel contented and strive to advance his or her skills, abilities, and fulfill common needs to associate and interact with others.