Business Law Literacy and Motivation Force for Quality of Knowledge, Talent and Ability in Support for Self-Development of Youth Macedonian

Author
Ljupcho Naumovski
Keywords
Motivation; Knowledge; Abilities; Talent; Skills.
Abstract
The world is really in a fast-changing process with the emergence of new technologies and new products, and the market makes it in a state of constant motion. All of this results in each individual’s motivation, knowledge and self-development to grow every day. But every day the amount of information is growing. Therefore, we are often in a dilemma of why the same people in the same or almost identical conditions achieve different successes, so at the same time, we turn to the concept of motivation, knowledge, ability, confident that the difference in people’s success can be explained with this. Discussing this problem is impossible without considering the role of manifestation and development of motivation for knowledge and skills acquisition. Knowledge is one of the most important activities of man. At all times, people try to get to know the world around them, society, and even themselves. Abilities are characteristics of temperament properties, which are reflected in the activity of regulatory systems, which can be expressed in an individual approach to a person in the process of performing his or her professional activities, in the process of communication, and the correction of individual behaviour.
Motivation is one of the most important drivers of the economic activity of the personnel and organization management system, with the main aim of creating the conditions for the motivation of the work team. In this case, a wide range of questions must be answered: What motivates a person’s economic activity? What are the motives for consumer behaviour in the commodity market? What drives a person to buy or sell stocks? What motivates them to desire to change jobs or professions? What attracts (deters) the new position offered to him?
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Received : 15 February 2021
Accepted : 13 March 2021
Published : 18 March 2021
DOI: 10.30726/ijmrss/v8.i1.2021.81005

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