A child with the “What’s In It For Me?” motivation personality typically only completes academic work and household chores when they know they will receive some kind of reward for their efforts. Parents of these kids get really frustrated when a child with this personality type refuses to do what they are asked to do – and the parent usually ends up offering a bribe or other reward to the child.

Does this sound like your child? Find out more about this personality type and how to help a child with this motivation personality type learn how to be more self-motivated by downloading my free eBook entitled, “The 7 Motivation Personality Types: How To Work With Your Child’s Natural Personality to Encourage Self-Motivation.”

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Hi There!

I’m Dr. Becca Ballinger. I’m a child psychologist and Modern Parenting expert.

I created The Self-Motivation Success formula as a way to help my own kids when they struggled with this important life skill. Implementing this formula proved so successful with my own family, that I started teaching it to the families in my private practice and I immediately saw success with these kids too.

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