These questions invoke a nice sense of personal clarity.
“External Goals: You are not interested in becoming famous and don’t overly enjoy the attention of others. You are not generally attention seeking. You are not interested in making the world a better place and would rather focus on other goals. You don’t really like positions of authority and will avoid them as much as possible.”
“Internal Goals: Love and good relationships are very important factors for you. What is life without love? You cherish the relationships of those around you and have a lot of love to give. You have a strong social group and you provide your friends with much love and support. Your friends are important to you and you to them. Money isn’t overly important to you and does not motivate you that much, as long as you have enough to get by you aren’t really worried about financial success. You really enjoy your work and believe it is important to be satisfied with your job. You are probably a creative person and enjoy the creative process.”
Source: Brian’s Success Report
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