Abraham Maslow studied the human mind and proposed “Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs”. He established a theory to explain human motivation and found that growth is the direct result of an internal motive to fulfill a need. After each need is achieved, beginning with the basic drives (the physiological needs), the next will be subconsciously identified. The last need, self-actualization, defined as the reality of one becoming aware of their ultimate potential by successfully achieving it.
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