The reason a person might join a group does not always match up with the reason that the group started up. The motives change from person to person and depending on who does the planning, the group could either be productive or stagnant. They could be violent or peaceful. If a person’s motive in joining the Occupy Wall Street protest is to seek revenge for all of the misfortunes that have happened to him/her, then there is a higher possibility that the planning could become violent, chaotic and emotional. If the protester has the motives of seeking legislation and finds that the group is influential and a means to do so, then if he/she plans it, it is more likely the protest will be a peaceful, organized and logical-oriented. The way it is planned depends on the person who plans it and motives influence the goals and agenda of the group.