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Tiku
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"If you need motivating words, don't do it!"

It means that,

"If you are discouraged by someone telling you not do it, then you weren't probably meant to do it in the first place."

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  • 2
    Yes but no, that's terrible advice.
  • 0
    @electrineer its an advice by Elon Musk
  • 2
    @Tiku oh, ok, it's the best advice I've ever heard then
  • 1
    @electrineer lmfao(^^)
  • 1
    Nice to sit on throne of cash and spew that woke shit.
  • 1
    @3rdWorldPoison he said that 6-7 years ago actually 😂
  • 1
    @Tiku well he was sitting on a throne of cash back then, too
  • 0
    @100110111 actually he was trying to meet CEO of Apple to sell his company back then😂
  • 1
    @Tiku be that as it may, doesn’t mean he wasn’t sitting on a throne of cash
  • 0
    @100110111 ok boi😂i agree🙇🏻
  • 0
    Also, terrible advice, as one would expect from Musk.
  • 0
    @100110111 i think he's correct...if you have a cause then it is self sufficient to keep you motivated rather than any 3rd party plugin to motivate you😂 In his case "getting out of the planet"
  • 3
    @Tiku so you’re going to live your life doing only things that you have internal motivation to? What if you lose faith in yourself due to setbacks? What about the mundane stuff that needs to be done but you just don’t feel like it?

    I’ve seen enough idiots trying to live their life like that. It’s terrible ”woke” bullshit advice. Sorry to break your bubble, but in the real world most of us who haven’t been born a silver spoon halfway up our arses need to do things we are struggling to find motivation to, sometimes more often than not. It’s called life. Get used to it.
  • 0
    @Tiku I currently have literally no internal motivation for anything (apathy). Should I just do nothing?
  • 0
    @Tiku
    Elon Musk is the most self-motivated person alive.
    So while that advice might work well for him, it might also be pretty wrong for normal people.
  • 0
    @Tiku Okay bullshit spewing time from me

    I believe that after you've accomplished everything life has to offer (wealth, status, desires, milestones), the next goal is to disseminate.

    Wealth is very common in this spectrum, but also the easiest to grasp and gives false accomplishment much easily.

    Power plays against your ego, so it's a bit tougher to let go.

    Knowledge, which is leagues above both of them because not only do you have to expose the information that helped you attain the position but also figure out a method so that people can *actually* grasp wtf you're trying to say. It includes holding back details, obfuscating details sometimes, knowing the right time and method to lay out information.

    I believe most influential figures immediately start with this step without considering the effects and interpretations that will be formed from their words

    The critique of *luck* came from this skepticism of powerful people saying woke shit without a care for their interpretations
  • 1
    @100110111 You sound like you've had enough of people around ya buying into motivation quotes tbh.

    As long as there are powerful figures and dumb, unquestioning people, this is bound to continue.

    Best case outcome, they find the flaws in their idols. Break their bubble and start to form their own ideas for one.
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