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What is your motivation to study, exercise or be successful in life?
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well i think if i do rlly rlly well i can get a rlly good job and then i can buy as much pizza as i want so yeah
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To get a job, and to earn a living
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Not gonna lie; my current motivation is to be good enough for that special someone...

I'm also terrified of failure; my work is an extension of myself.
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well i think if i do rlly rlly well i can get a rlly good job and then i can buy as much pizza as i want so yeah
This has legitimately motivated me. Holy crap
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Terrified of failure.

Motivation: To be successful in life.
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Terrified of failure.

Motivation: To be successful in life.
Define successful.
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Define successful.
Dictionary definition:

'accomplishing a desired aim or result'

'having achieved fame, wealth, or social status'


Mine would be the former of the two.
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(Original post by harmony_x)
Dictionary definition:

'accomplishing a desired aim or result'

'having achieved fame, wealth, or social status'


Mine would be the former of the two.
Very nice. Still unsure personally as I don't want the burden of high financials but feel success nowadays only encompasses monetary gain. :c
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Very nice. Still unsure personally as I don't want the burden of high financials but feel success nowadays only encompasses monetary gain. :c
Completely a personal preference.
Most people I know would value monetary gains very highly in terms of defining success but for me personally money is only important to a certain extent. My desire to accomplish my aims in life is more significant to me than financial gains.
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Completely a personal preference.
Most people I know would value monetary gains very highly in terms of defining success but for me personally money is only important to a certain extent. My desire to accomplish my aims in life is more significant to me than financial gains.
Fair game.
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well i think if i do rlly rlly well i can get a rlly good job and then i can buy as much pizza as i want so yeah

tbh i gave rlly bad advice cause now i want a pizza and im going to buy one instead of studying soz ://
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I set rewards for myself. If I can work on this essay for an hour, I get to watch one episode of anime. That kind of stuff, extremely motivating.
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