Work vs Play
We all should know that we need to put in some work to achieve
or receive the things we want and need in our lives.
This statement immediately gets us to the heart of the problem.
We do not want to work, we want the results of our efforts.
In this way work will always be less appealing than play.
It is natural to think this way.
If there is a choice between work and play, it is obvious which
of the two would be more attractive to the average person.
What then makes some of us choose to work diligently,
above and beyond what is necessary.
The thing that drive us, true for everyone who does it,
are the results that are envisioned at the end of the work process.
Work vs Play - How can work win?
Make no mistake, I am not only speaking of business.
As a matter of fact I am not even speaking about life.
Many religions focus on rewards are only to be had after death.
These thoughts are used to fuel desired behavior.
Children learn to save the money they spend every day,
only when they obtain a larger goal in mind.
The promise of having a larger payout at some time in the future
is what drives us all to forgo immediate pleasure for possible discomfort.
This mentality is only possible if thoughts of the future are is embraced and encouraged.
Many people who have had promises broken or expectations crushed have condemned
themselves to living in the moment for pleasure because of the uncertain future.
If there is no plan for the future, hard work makes no sense
and obtaining larger goals is effectively out of reach.
My name is Brett Cruickshank
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