Selecting, Organizing and Integrating the Learning Process

Aside from the learning process; selecting information, organizing information and integrating it, we also need to gain insight into the monitoring and management of these cognitive processes. This is especially important in the context of students who can only do it during a complex understanding work. The ability to do this is known as meta-learning and is currently trendy: the ability of students to learn and master their own learning process. Of course this has a wider application, because learning and  the learning is a continuous process and not just seeking education. In combination with the enormous amount of information we explode today, we need to learn how to choose, organize, connect and integrate information quickly.
A person can choose, organize and include the right information, but they still do not learn - people do not want to learn. We can say that this person does not seem to be motivated. What is the technical sense of motivation for our goals? "Motivation is defined as a special cognitive state that begins, stimulates and maintains a particular purpose-oriented practice." When does this condition occur? There are two ways in which this happens: external mechanism, where rewards and penalties refer to one's motivation; and an intrinsic mechanism in which the individual is self-motivated.
Although the root and stick approach is a time-honored and recognized technique for motivation; but when we look at the history over the past fifty years, we have seen that all the major inventions and inventions re-identified in our way of life, we find that there is no compelling element behind the individuals and companies that bring them of us. People or groups of people are intrinsically motivated. For companies like Apple, revenue is not the only goal.