Sunday, May 01, 2011


I found out, a few seconds ago, that when I work, deep down, I do it for someone else (an external observer?) and I expect a reward for doing the work. This is. probably, the residual feeling from my childhood when I studied and did my homework to keep my parents happy.


  1. There is nothing wrong in expecting reward...problem, I think, is that a lot of people do not acknowledge other peoples work and if you do not praise yourself from time to time, who else will do it?!? ;))

  2. I see your point Aftab banoo!
    I was just thinking that if you do what you like to do, then you feel satisfied from finishing it and less need external rewards :)


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