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'''Internal rewards''' are related to the satisfaction at achievement of personal goals. Such [[rewards]] depend on the sysems of [[personal meaning]] and [[values]] of the individual. For example for those who value hard work the completion of a job will have intrinsic merit.
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'''Internal rewards''' are related to the satisfaction at achievement of personal goals. Such [[rewards]] depend on the systems of [[personal meaning]] and [[values]] of the individual. For example for those who value hard work the completion of a job will have intrinsic merit.
   
   

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Internal rewards are related to the satisfaction at achievement of personal goals. Such rewards depend on the systems of personal meaning and values of the individual. For example for those who value hard work the completion of a job will have intrinsic merit.


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