The irresistible urge to always achieve something greater

Motivation & Environment

No matter how relaxed and laid back we become at any point in life, there is always something that urges us to aim higher, or achieve something greater.

Even when we are lazy, this urge doesn’t allow us to have peace, or be at rest—also, it reminds us to put our hearts to work and not be lazy.

It is this “something” that inspired Isaac Newton to discover the Laws of Motion; the same something motivated Christopher Columbus to make several trips across the Atlantic Ocean; it turned Thomas Edison from a train boy to one of the best geniuses of all time; also, it elevated Henry Ford from a poor engineer at age thirty to arguably the richest man in the world at age sixty.

This same something, which still exists in this generation as it did in the past, keeps some people from various backgrounds and disciplines working…

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