Feldman (1998, p.292) says that the study of motivation is to determine why people seek to do certain things. Adam Sandler describes an additional similar source. Refers to the study of the reasons that govern the actions of individuals, to know the by that of the vast majority of actions human, we understand the as, and if the reasons that originate a particular behavior, then, to exert some influence to cause or inhibit these reasons are known, may reinforce or remove the conduct giving rise to those reasons. 2 Whittaker & Whittaker (1991 p. 419)) refers to the motivation, as is a word used to understand the conditions or States that activate or energize the body, carrying behaviour directed towards specific objectives, means to driving energy that achieves that we want to do a predefined action specified, for example when I go to the field to enjoy the fresh airIt is an internal force that compels us to do so. 3 Lahey (1999 p. 411) says motivation refers to an internal state that activates and directs our thoughts, namely something that drives us to perform actions almost involuntarily.
4 Solana, Ricardo says: motivation is, in short, what makes an individual act and behave in a certain way. It is a combination of intellectual, psychological and physiological processes that decide, in a situation with which force It acts and which direction directs the energy. 5 Stoner, James says: the factors that cause, channelled and sustain human behavior in a particular, committed sense. 6 Koontz, Harold says: motivation is a generic term that applies to a wide series of impulses, desires, needs, desires, and similar forces. 2 This can determine: 1. the motivation is the tool that through observation and knowledge of the reasons for each individual, accomplished people to perform actions that generate results. These results will depend on the degree of knowledge and interpretation of the environment, and are influenced by the conduct.