Алло (Hallo) Hello, Gentlemen,
Some off-topic -should I dare to say 'as-usual'- considerations?
In most of case, in the average life: You succeed. You are rewarded (often) with money.
You carry off the prize.
Could we imagine another way of 'behavio(u)ring'?
What I did with my only son when he was a bit more than 18:
I told him: You have to pass the French "baccalauréat" ( =/= General Certificate of Education).
I will offer you -without condition and before the examination- such amount of money to buy a car.
A small brand-new one or second-hand bigger one. That will be your choice.
Why? Because I thrust you. Evidently, I would prefer an examination success. He succeeded.
IMHO, it is not: If S then R. If Success then Reward.
Could it not be the contrary? : If Reward then Success.
Please, think about the first US pioneers/colonists. They were given land for free. Were they not?
Just because they were considered as being able to thrive from this free land and
to expand the economy. They, also, were not asked for any result.