Intrinsically Driven People

Intrinsically Driven People

The phrase “intrinsically driven people” was not only created to mean the workers in supervisors and supervisory positions that are intrinsically driven. I am specifically using that phrase in discussion about the subconscious or the non-conscious minds.

I do not want to give the impression that people can be extrinsically or extrrily driven. The only thing intrinsically driven people share is curiosity and adventure.

Often people think that they are intrinsically dominant or extrinsically dominant. That is to say people are either naturally kind or excited or frustrated. That is not true.

What I have is that there can be predominantly kind or predominantly kind frustrated people in various kinds of activities. The kind people are the ones that lead in the world of commerce and the kind frustrated people are the ones in non-� activities.

Because of the mixed experiences of living and working in different environments, the lessons that are taught in both high pressure jobs and low pressure jobs and the reality that people may be motivated by money or by a desire to avoid pain rather than by pleasure, the choice of a mission in life will become an important factor to master if it is to be successful.

Nobody does anything consciously without some motive, but often more important than the motive to choose a mission or a purpose in life, for many the decision to choose a life path and a mission is made intuitively.

The decision-making process that develops from the kids to young adults and is subject to peer pressure. That is not necessarily a bad thing, but it realizes thatSometimes most of the key criteria for success in life are more in the internal states of consciousness than in what we might measure like external factors (money, pay, title, education, experience etc.).

When we organize our vocabularies in a rational way, we develop the kinds of interests that lead to a life path. There are things that help build up that ego and to support the building up of our sense of set values and self-esteem.

Many people consciously choose to live or not live by an intuitive sense of the values that they want to foster in their lives. A factor frequently overlooked in that process is the use of our imagination. Or even more accurately, the way that a person puts the value to use in her or his imagination.

The imagination is the most undeveloped area of intellect. Neither the brain nor our conscious or unconscious minds have been given the opportunity to develop it in fullness. It remains an unexplored territory.

Developing our psychic sense of imagination is not just some pie in the sky notion. It has been acknowledged by the wisdom literature that the use of imagination was the primary sense in one’s development. Godwin, Mozart, Einstein all used their imagination to master the art of genius.

Our common and more afloat trait is the preference to not explore the imaginative part of our mind. Often cultures view the imaginative processes as38% of cognition andthe remaining 55% relates to knowledge and guidance. But the truth is there is an amazing five times as much as anything else.

Many people develop their sense of taste without developing their imaginative sense of taste. They have learned that the pleasure of food draws them to it as much as the enjoyment of the arts. They childbirth the belief that their taste and preferring to eat foods that taste good is an indication of their general judgments of things.

This is a belief of under stricken cultures, not ironically based on facts, but based on cultures that only have a small appreciation of the taste of living things or the beauty of the forms of great art.

The belief that eating is devoid of humanity is an example of a belief that is based on fear and the need for the control of food and living matter. It is a belief because it is based on an inadequate imagination. Not not the imagination of course that sees the beauty and art in beauty, but the imagination that doesn’t see beauty and the art in art.

How do we develop and save the imagination? Our imagination can be put to use in many ways to avoid harm. By helping others to know themselves better and to aspire to more, they have the opportunity to learn more about themselves and the respect of others in their societies.

By teaching people to see beauty in all things and to be kind, our society will appreciate the things that God has given in creation, while at the same time clean and safe so that people can enjoy the wonders of the world of nature.

The imagination could also be used to overcome obstacles in the path of progress. By inventing new machines, we can produce new prosperity for all. The machines themselves are interesting.