other physical things
societal pressure (i.e.what you think will make larger society happy)
other ideals (e.g. American exceptionalism, greater human good)
nothing, I just go through the motions
none of the above
I'm a different person than I was last year. Way different than two years ago. And I'm EXTREMELY different from the way I was at age 20.
It's funny how when you're 18, 19, 20, whatever, you think you're good. It isn't until you mature that you realize that you knew nothing. And while I still know nothing, I know more of nothing than I did when I was younger.
Sorry, kinda went on a rant there
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You know when you put your pants on and your boxers/briefs band sits just above the tops of the pants and the elastic kind rolls over? Yeah, that's motivating. I didn't see not being chubby on the list.
"Imagination was given to man to compensate for what he is not, and a sense of humor to console him for what he is." - Sir Bacon
When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.-Jimi Hendrix
I'm gonna say sleep till I figure out how old I really am.
OK, nothing gets me moving like saying my grandkids are on their way. Seriously. Grandma's gotta have stuff goin' on. I'm getting back into fingerpaint.haha...ya'll jealous?
Family, and making my father proud. Beyond that I honestly want to be better than everyone else in what I do, I want to leave a legacy in my field.
Anybody ever heard of psycho geometrics? Cool stuff in the Myers Briggs personality type kind of way.
The premise is that out of 5 symbols, one can deduce the dominant motivating factor in your career.
Circle for appreciation.
Triangle for upward movement within a business.
Square for organization.
Squiggly lines for creative license.
Rectangle for a transitional period in your life.
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