Achievement

Those who value achievement desire personal success by demonstrating competence according to external, social measures.

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Achievement-oriented people want to succeed in the world. They desire success in the social institutions and prevailing cultures that they subscribe to. Their underlying motivation is social approval and acceptance. In short, they want to win at the games that society has laid out for them. This lends itself to a certain minimum level of competitiveness, but that doesn’t mean that achievement-oriented people are necessarily the most competitive in the room or salty in defeat.

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