on 12-08-2014 10:33 PM
Use the list below to explore possible motivations and determine what has the biggest impact on you and your desire to succeed.
Money: Is wealth, paying off debts, or living luxuriously a motivator for you?
Society: Are you driven by the desire to solve a common problem or improve the lives of others?
Family: Are you building a legacy you can pass down to your children? Are you starting a business to support or honor your family in some way?
Expectations: Do you worry about fulfilling the needs of others or what others will think about you if you fail? What are your expectations for yourself?
Consequences: Are you afraid of what may happen if you don’t start a business and become successful?
Pride: Pride in yourself and your work can be a powerful motivator for many. Is it for you?
Passion: Does love for what you do give you the fight to be able to work through the challenges?
Credibility: Do you look at this business as a way to solidify your credibility or establish yourself as an expert?
Challenge: Do you thrive on the challenge? Do you purposefully take on initiatives that will stretch you and provide learning opportunities?
on 16-08-2014 06:49 PM
Working for myself- Not completing tasks that are important to managers and bosses. But actually doing something that helps me grow in myself and benefits others.
Money- I don't want there to be a limit on how much I make. I want to be able to supply for my family and be able to not be concerned about bills in life.
Challenging- I want to figure out problems and challenge myself and workers to think outside the norm and do what hasn't been done before.
Flexibility- Being able to work when I need to but also when I want to. While still being able to take time for my family.
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