What motivates you to get up and work hard everyday?
Motivation is the reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way to achieve something. However, hard work is a great deal of effort or endurance.
"it takes hard work to be successful in life!
What motivates me to get up and work hard everyday?
The primary reasons are I gotta eat and have a roof over my head.
This is a hard one to answer. Well maybe not, being with my children is my number one motivator for just about everything. Second would be my constant need to learn and change, where writing is one of my favorite avenues. I am still learning every time I write something new. Jamie
yes, it is for my kids that i woke up and prepare everything for them. For someone whom i loved
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