Money Motivation Emma Schlosser

Children do not have motivation to complete tasks or chores if there is no reward at the end.

Once children are told that they can work for money, they will have more motivation to complete tasks.

Children will learn that the harder they work to get the task done, the faster they will receive their reward.

This will motivate children to keep up with their responsibilities.

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