Looking at the pyramid of performance, we can see that desire is the foundation. We place desire here, because without desire, there is no motivation for pushing to the top of the pyramid. Desire is the fuel which enables us to push for higher levels of achievement.
Conversely, a lack of desire ensures failure. We can even go so far as to say that desire is *the* distinguishing factor between performers and non-performers.
Needs and Desires
Many individuals today are satisfied with the most basic level of accomplishment - satisfying social and physical needs. For such individuals, skill development is born from necessity - they must learn to do something useful for society so that they can meet their economic needs. Once a person has established a job specific skill, their education mostly stops. Knowledge acquisition happens accidentally - usually from advertisements or mass media. Especially once a person feels like they have job security and a steady... Continue Reading