This is one of the most important stories in our culture. You're supposed to start at the bottom and work your way toward the top.
If you want to move up in the ladder, you are most welcome, but it should not be an imposition, a mandatory race for everyone.
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Many people have hobbies, stuff they enjoy doing without the need of getting paid for. It can be gardening, playing the piano or the guitar, or even video games.
Stuff we like to do without any monetary need is what could translate into a career. Improving our skills can be enough motivation.
In a world with no scarcity of basic wants and needs, people would work for their own sake, to improve their skills, or simply because it is fulfilling.
People are living in a world of scarcity, and keep forgetting that they should not be simply motivated by needs, but by the desire to accomplish their passion and to learn something new.
The phrase "work-life balance" seems to imply that work and life are in balance.
If one imagines an old-fashioned scale, that would mean work is on the one side, and everything else about yourself on the other side - your friends, hobbies, family, relationships, beliefs, sports, etc. It hardly seems like a balance and really points out our obsession with work.
Success looks different for each person—as does fulfillment.
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