What motivates you?
What is the reason you get up in the mornings? Why do you do what you do? What is your driving purpose or goal?
I would have to say just another chance to have some fun and enjoy life.
Motivation? Having people read my work, see my opinion, converse about like subjects, buy my book(s), etc.
The potential for something better, the propensity towards fairness, the fact that God went through so much trouble to show us this new episode.
well it's the kids.they keep me busy.so does the house and family.i like time outs now.
Learning is an adventure for me and it keeps me moving forward until I have gleaned all that interests me or till I have satisfactorily mastered the content or skill. Right now it is the desire to write for others rather than just for myself in my private journal.
Getting up in the morning is hard by itself, but my motivation and drive is to do what I believe I was meant to do with my life. It's honestly hard to explain, but one day it just clicked; I knew my purpose of being here on Earth. Since then I've been working towards that purpose.
I wonder if others have had a similiar experience.
In short.... MY FAMILY.
That is motivation enough for me. Though I do strive to "CANI" as Tony Robbins Says. Continuous and Never-ending Improvement.
I'm waiting to discover a way in which i can use my true potential. The though of such a possibility as happiness in distant future is what makes me get up, but i definitely don't have any specific motivation or inspiration. Just myself and i'll be glad when that changes.
On the other hand, this does not make me completely lost, or even sad. I'm just not happy because i have too many ideas to fulfill, too many ideas that aim too high for me to achieve. Did i say i wasn't happy? Well, that's not completely true either, the ability to have ideas makes me both happy and sad, which by itself makes me happy, in a way probably hard to perceive by other people.
by fit2day 6 years ago
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by silverlungs 7 years ago
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