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  1. I largely agree with Andrey's answer, and the quote from Nautilus is really relevant here, in my opinion.

    School education is really built in such a way that the connection with the result is broken to the maximum, there is no practical benefit for anyone. Children get used to the fact that they evaluate not the results, but themselves – how “diligent”, “good”, “obedient”, “quiet”they are. Adding fuel to the fire are teachers who “love children”, that is, in fact, use their personal attitude as a method of manipulation.�

    Therefore, for many people, the scheme remains relevant when in the social field they must be “diligent” and “good”, and they will be “loved” for this (that is, periodically praised down). Volunteering should give a serious plus sign to the “I am good” – self-perception, so it remains only to become diligent.

    But this, of course, is not fixed so securely if it is not fueled in the family. That is, this concept should be predisposed to people whose parents were never satisfied with what they do, were not proud of it, did not have specific results of their activities “on hand”, did not have any ideas of professionalism or career as something valuable, and in addition: they attached high importance to school, the teacher's point of view and school grades, while not correlating them with everyday life, current knowledge about the world around them, and

    I have repeatedly heard people in their early twenties say that the realization that everyone at work cares only about the RESULT, and not themselves, was a very vivid and liberating experience for them. And sometimes he didn't come at all at the very beginning of his career.

  2. there's a lot written about the people who are so, but unfortunately the problem you have and the other side(with my tochiki of view, the root cause),namely the employer assesses
    if it all works but you're sitting quietly, it means that a slacker and you have little work- “all by itself”, but if you run and bustle that means – that's what hard-working.

    many employers do not understand how to pay for the result and not for the type of activity. if the employee does what he should,If there are no problems in his part,then let him sit quietly

    p. s at one time, a classmate worked part-time as a SYSADMIN and periodically his server “fell” every 2 months – this was due to the fact that the employer otherwise made claims-they say, why do we need an employee and in that spirit

  3. The problem is that the employee's goals are very different from the goals of the company / organization/… where it imitates its activity there.
    Even worse, they have fundamentally different interests.
    And no “non-material motivation” can fix this problem.
    The employee is interested in being paid more, and the owner is interested in paying the employee less.
    The owner is interested in the employee working more, the employee is interested in working (and getting tired) less. Well, etc.
    Therefore, it does not matter at all whether the boss is smart or not, the IBD will always be there.
    IBD is a completely natural protest reaction, a response to the asymmetry of employer and employee rights. So it was in Ancient Rome, so it was under the USSR, so it will be everywhere and as long as there are employees.

    Of course, there are people who do not know how to use IBD. But there are also people who can do IBD very well.
    Here are those who do not know how-they burn, and cause fair complaints from hard workers. And the IBD master is reputed to be a hardworking and competent employee, and this is not so rare.
    At the same time, such a person can produce quite good real results, and simulating the activity of the activity itself as a whole does not interfere 🙂
    IBD, among other things, sometimes contributes well to salary increases and career growth, if the employer does not introduce a transparent link between salary and labor results.
    If a skillful IBD is combined with results and leads to career growth , then this is called “knows how to present yourself”, which in general is not so bad.

    About volunteers: volunteers do not seem to work for money, and it may seem that they do not need an IBD… but this is not always the case.
    Or rather, if a volunteer has an important idea, such as preventing a forest fire, then they will not imitate the activity of extinguishing a fire.
    But not all volunteers become volunteers for this very reason.
    For example, if a person goes to volunteer for some social reasons (for example, to improve their social status), then the IBD is a completely rational strategy for them, because they need the very fact of volunteering, and not the result of their work.�
    Although if there is a habit of imitating work instead of work, then this, of course, also plays a role.

  4. What in essence is an imitation of a violent activity? The phraseology is very stable, but in fact it rather illustrates the short-term situation of events. it is impossible to endlessly imitate activities, especially violent ones!
    One way or another, but something will be done, and this is already the result. If we are talking about one individual: someone is actively posing as an artist. It seems like a whim and posturing, but no,no, and he will learn to draw, for example, Przhevalsky's horse. Not such an important achievement, but still not bad for a particular simulator.

    If we are talking about a group of individuals, then I would say that imitation of violent activity is even necessary. As an example, consider the mentioned volunteers. There are several activists in the volunteer group, the rest are imitators, extras, but without these extras, there is no excitement around the volunteer group, there is no necessary number that gives the group weight in the eyes of society. And as I wrote above, each simulator will still make its own individual contribution.

    More clearly: rally, demonstration. There, the vast majority are imitators, onlookers who came just to watch, join in, but without them, a modest company of real figures will not achieve anything.

    Don't be so categorical about denying the equal sign between imitation and activity.

  5. If we talk specifically about young people, I believe that many simply did not have an example of parents who really worked for the result – there were times when it was not the quality of work that was important, but the money earned (often not quite honestly earned). Plus, in Russia, there is a mentality that suggests statements like “Ahaha, why are you trying so hard, che is so correct”, and the motivation to really work for the result is turned on only when you get a kick (shield to do – Russian).
    And the consumer lifestyle implies a certain mindset – actions are not directed at quality, but at quantity.

  6. Such people want to somehow elevate themselves in their own eyes and in the eyes of others, so they are engaged in various trifles, passing off their result as an act of the century. For them, to understand that some activity is nothing more than tinsel, which is unacceptable when fulfilling a truly meaningful goal, is like losing the meaning of life and simultaneously devaluing yourself as a person.�

    How can I tell if an activity is unproductive? According to my humble observations, “imitation of a violent activity” is often accompanied by boastful photos and hashtags �in social networks. social networks: “Issuing a thank-you note for your help “in holding the” Health Day ” or “Work, slave, the sun has not set yet” and a photo of the table, beautifully “littered” with folders, documents, pens… Or a photo – sunset view from the office window. They are also fans of wasting their free time on any (mostly free) activities. A local cultural center gives a lecture on Chinese mythology? We'll go in, of course. And I don't care that mythology and China have never been interested and are unlikely to be interested. A cultural event, well.

  7. There are several reasons, one of the main ones is the inability to evaluate yourself and your work. Many people really take a lot of activity for a good job. If a certain result was not achieved, then others are to blame, “and I did a good job.”

  8. They may understand, but they are not as smart as you, and imitating a violent activity is often quite suitable for reporting to inattentive bosses and bragging to the environment.

    A high-quality imitation of activity is generally a talent. This will be more difficult than the activity itself.

  9. I remember a line from the song�Nautilus Pompilius “Bound by one chain”:
    “Here the measure of work is considered fatigue.”

    People are not used to working for results. Starting from school, the task of some people is not to get knowledge, but to “sit out the day”. The same situation continues at uni… They save up hours and imitate interest in the subject.
    They spend so much time living in such ostentatious mode that they themselves begin to consider it the norm.
    They do not break down any problem in life into points and stupidly quickly complete it – they start to complicate it, they are constantly distracted… as a result, the same action takes such a showman a day, after which he falls off his feet, and a normal person decides everything in an hour or two and is full of energy.

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