Extrinsic vs Intrinsic

Anton and Alec

Intrinsic

Intrinsic motivation is when you do something because of self-drive and you get satisfaction out of doing it. You want no reward for doing a job.

Extrinsic

Extrinsic motivation is when you're motivated by external factors. Examples of this are doing something for money, a grade, praise, or a trophy. Most people are extrinsically motivated. A real life example is the school store; most of us work just for the grade.
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Compare and contrast

Compare- They both get the work done


Contrast- extrinsic works for the money and for the reward

intrinsic- one enjoys the knowledge the receive from the work and enjoys the experience, and the other only works for the wealth and rewards.