Motivation is the emotional capacity, or the desire, to create, produce or get something done—regardless of how pleasant the experience.
This definition makes it seem that motivation is driven by the circumstances in our life and our attitude. Yet if we take a closer look at neuroscience research, we see that it’s the neurotransmitters in our brains that determine motivation. These neurotransmitters send chemical messages to our brain and body that directly impact our behaviours, sleep,
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