One Mom’s Journey from Fat to Skinny to Confident

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What Motivates You to Work?

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As someone who recently resigned from their full-time position. This animation is MORE than fascinating.

I thrive on independence (autonomy). I want to get better at what I do (cooking, blogging, photography) and I NEED a sense of purpose (inspiring others) to be happy. I always have.

Now if I can just make enough money to take that worry off the table, I’d be golden! :)



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    Brian

    May 24, 2010

    Thanks for sharing this, Roni. I enjoyed the YouTube vid.

    In regards to your worrying, don’t stress. Keep doing what you’re doing. You’re intelligent, savvy, and entertaining. The pieces will fall into place — I can almost guarantee it. ;-)

    Cindy

    June 26, 2010

    I love this video! Thanks for sharing. I also quit my full-time job to stay home with my daughter and work contract and part-time teaching. This video totally justifies my decision. I will be autonomous, have more purpose, and get to focus on getting better without all the crap that comes along with jobs. Huzzah! Thanks for sharing. I’m passing this along.

    Beata A.

    July 12, 2010

    This video seems to be very popular in certain circles! :) We wrote a post about it on our own blog a few weeks ago, and it turned up on the non-profit fundraising website of one of my college friends, ForImpact.org.

    I personally found it to be totally on point. I quit the job that I hated to pursue one that I loved, leaving the money behind with it, and I’ve never felt more fulfilled.