Self Determination Theories According to experts, when someone has set goals and stays consciously aware of that goal, thus they will develop self-determination and regulate their thoughts, performance, and behaviors. Many cognitive philosophers claim that people driven by goals – the goals are the activating reinforces that some people use finished goals or plan tactics to reach these goals after successfully reaching the first goal or failing at the first set of goals – and that it helps them build self- determination and enforces the development of innovative solutions. In other words, completed goals are sometimes used to create backup plans by analyzing the aspects of the goal whereas the person failed at during the first try. According to theoretical resources that did extensive research on motivation under the cognitive approach, they discovered that some people maxed out on their performance more so under specific conditions. Locke and Smith made these announcements in 1991 and 96.’ According to their finding people must endure recurrent inconsistencies to find their desires and set goals. Another theory is that people must learn how to define their goals. Performance, play, feedback, measure of progress: balance, beliefs, realistic goals, plans, commitment, and motivation factor into the success of a person’s ability to attain goals. All of these aspects also determine the level of self-determination that a person gains. Many experts believe that people can improve their performance in all areas of life by keeping these theories in mind. By setting detailed goals, creating plans, etc, one can improve performance and build on self-determination. Asking and giving feedback often, including giving the self-feedback can improve your performance more, and take you closer to self-determination. We all need to avoid jumping to hasty conclusions and drawing images of ourselves in a negative way. Theoretically, it is a fact that one can build a healthy self-determination by avoiding this action. Instead of viewing your incompetency as a negative, use it as a tool to create positive skills. Rather than placing greater expectations on self, respond to your needs in a positive way. For example, if you fail at math, use the failure as a tool. Find a way to improve your math skills by assessing your weaknesses and your strengths in math. Build on your weaknesses. Each time you finish a math problem and it is correct, give yourself a pat on the back, or reward yourself with something you enjoy. Do not go all-out and buy a new car unless you can afford it, rather buy something that you can afford. Expectancies play a part in how one achieves in self-determination development. When people place high expectations on the self, including their value, performance, behaviors, etc, it produces a series of negative traits that affect one’s production, abilities, performance, motivation, personality, and overall life. When people fail to set boundaries and draws up images of what they can and cannot do, it also affects their self-determination negatively. One must develop a positive attitude while working on self-development to build determination. Once this entity develops a positive attitude, it is up to that individual to maintain their hope. Following the Self- Determination Theory” as well as the intrinsic motivation rule that was established by Ed Deci more than 30 years earlier we know that interest plays into the development processes. Deci set out to explore the inconsistencies of self-development whereas many psychologists centered in on studying the viewpoints outlined by behaviorist studiers. Various studies showed that when people received rewards for good deeds that their likeliness of improving their performance increased significantly. With the presented information in motion, it lead psychologists and others to pose the question, “does” rewarding those for good deeds “increase” their “intrinsic motivation?” Of course, this question presented many variant queries. To build motivation and self- determination however, interest must fall on the subject rather than become an interest solely to gain.