I was raised Mormon and as most people raised in an organized religion, I was raised with a sense of duty to please God. And also a fear of displeasing God, of hellfire and damnation.
Other's are motivated a lot by fear; fear of losing their job, the family, their security or many other things.
There are a ton of people motivated by greed! Always out trying to get more toys, more money, more things, more... more... more!
When someone is being threatened they most likely will be motivated to survive, almost an animal instinct.
The first chapter in the book is exactly what I believe. That I am motivated by honor. Being true to what I believe; to what I say; how I act; how I interact with others and how I live and act in the world and nature.
It rings true to me and my core beliefs.
This is not easy. It takes work and time. And honoring myself!
I'm not there yet... I'm working on it. But it's where I want to be.
Y'all may be hearing more of my thoughts on this book.