Self-Motivation Pre-Game Pep Talk

I went off-topic with my posts a while ago. You’re probably asking, “Dude, nice blogs where are the gamer posts?” Fair enough.

I’m no great shot in FPS matches. My aim often deviates from my target. And missing another player just gives them a reason to exact gruesome retribution, usually with an overpowered rocket or shower of plasma. So why don’t I leave after a few respawns, and call it quits? Why do I instead rush back into the largest battle in the arena?

Not because I’m addicted to gaming. Not because I’m an aggressive bastard. Nope. I’m self motivated. Faced with a problem or challenge, I try to surmount it. And persist in trying until success or the realization of futility sinks in. I challenge myself to get better. It makes for an exciting game and for a fulfilling life.

So here is a challenge for you: how self motivated are you? Take this test from I got a score of 44. What about you?

3 thoughts on “Self-Motivation Pre-Game Pep Talk

  1. I always found the Mindtools site as a useful and accurate resource. At least in terms of time management and organizational techniques.

    As for the survey itself, I don’t need to take a survey to know that I’m self-motivated. I compare myself with my peers, I notice faster progress in myself. The survey however does give good pointers on areas of improvement.

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