Vino's Knowledgeable Staff Discusses Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation for Drinking Wine
If you study psychology or read self-help books, you probably know that intrinsic motivation is more effective than extrinsic motivation when it comes to any activity from losing weight to drinking wine. That's why Vino's knowledgeable staff wants to help you understand how to cultivate a mindset for enjoying your wine to the fullest.
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivation: Even if you never heard the terms before, you'd probably guess that intrinsic means you're using motivation you find within you while extrinsic means you're responding to outside forces. Overall, you'll probably be happier and more successful when you're authentic about finding your own reasons, and doing things for yourself.
Extrinsic Motivation for Drinking Wine: We're not saying there's anything wrong with consulting experts for recommendations or drinking wine because you're at a wedding or dining at a fancy restaurant. We just want to encourage you not to limit yourself or think that you have to follow some arbitrary rules when it comes to wine.
Intrinsic Motivation for Drinking Wine: Once you tap into your own motivation for drinking wine, you can drink what you like, and enjoy it just about anywhere. Well, maybe not at the office on any regular basis, and certainly not while operating heavy machinery, but you get the idea. You can drink wine with your pizza or while you're watching reruns of Twin Peaks. You can drink wine with your in-laws or with your old college roommates. You can try out any bottle you want because you liked the sample you tasted at a wine store or you just want to know more about wines from New Zealand or wines made with organic grapes.
Whatever your motivation for drinking wine, you'll find friendly and knowledgeable service here at Vino Fine Wine and Spirits. Contact us today to select a bottle that will delight you while you contemplate your personal reasons for being a wine lover.
- Vino Fine Wine Admin