The Lowest Tier of Motivation

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People have motivations outside of their work to keep them going every day, even when they hate their jobs. The first two tiers on Maslow’s hierarchy are where the need for money comes – food and shelter, safety and security – and the rest depend on the quality of the work environment and/or tasks of the job.

As it’s outside of the job itself, where does “not giving my mother fodder to gab about” come in?

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