The desire to excel, which may be in the mind of most people, is the factor that motivates me in life.
My kids! Sometimes when I want to quit my job or give up period, I think about my two little ones. They need me. They need me to be a good role model, to make good choices, and to provide. They are the world to me and so worth it!
My love for my family and friends motivates me more then anything.
See that there are still people who do things legitimate acts of kindness and love.
life is what motivates me. when i die i want to know that i did what i thought was the right thing and that i did these things to the best of my ability. doing this shows my kids that sucess can be gotten by trying and not giving up.
my daughter is what motivates me in life. My success is her success. My growth is her growth. I can take what I have learned and teach her and help her grow and succeed as an INDIVIDUAL.
And how I want to be remembered........................
I would have to say that it was instilled in me at a young age to be a hard worker. Because of those life lessons learned early, I have excelled in virtually every job I've attempted.
Beyond that I would say that it's the desire to be the best at whatever I strive to accomplish.
My motivation in life is breathing. I know that if I stop, it's over!
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