In addition to your authentic motives, there are also general motives

In addition to being a special individual, we are all human. So, there are also drives that we have in common. It is important to be aware of the difference between your authentic motives and the general motives, namely the psychological motives and the sensory motives. Sensory, physical motives are primarily focused on physical satisfaction. Psychological drivers are more focused on desire, property, power, money, reward or status. Psychological motives can also be of a social nature, such as influences that we have received from our parents, loved ones and our social environment. In psychological testing, drives often also mean a number of predetermined general preferences, such as ‘investigations’, ‘practical’, ‘social’ or ‘leadership’.