The highly motivated people in society are the ones causing all the trouble. It's not the lazy unmotivated folks sitting in front of a TV eating potato chips who bother anyone.— George Carlin
Most Powerful Unmotivated quotations
Dispirited, unmotivated, unappreciated workers cannot compete in a highly competitive world.
Man is by nature restless. When left too long in one place he will inevitably grow bored, unmotivated, and unproductive.
I particularly don't want to play unmotivated behavior.
Walking is Zen, sitting is Zen. Then what will be the quality? Watchfully alert, joyously unmotivated, centered, loving, flowing, one walks. And the walking is sauntering. Loving, alert, watchful, one sits, unmotivated - not sitting for anything in particular, just enjoying how beautiful just sitting doing nothing is, how relaxing, how restful.
I started my YouTube channel when I was 13.
At the time, I was being bullied by a few people who I used to be very close to. I felt very alone and unmotivated. After discovering the beauty community, I decided it would be a great way to express myself and use it as an outlet to be who I am.
The way you motivate a football team is to eliminate the unmotivated ones.
Charm might be described as enlightened self-interest, a development of one's best self. ... In the simplest possible terms, I think genuine charm is an unmotivated interest in others.
The preceding criticism justifies the following definition of the entire human: human existence as the life of "unmotivated" celebration, celebration in all meaning of the word: laughter, dancing, orgy, the rejection of subordination, and sacrifice that scornfully puts aside any consideration of ends, property, and morality.
Open-plan offices have been found to reduce productivity and impair memory.
They’re associated with high staff turnover. They make people sick, hostile, unmotivated, and insecure.
...ordinary men and women may often feel unmotivated to exert their citizenship, either because they cannot tell the difference between the different alternatives, or because they have lost faith in the political classes, or because they feel that the really important issues are not in their power to decide.
As my mom says, I was a little bit of a slacker in high school.
I really was just kind of unmotivated, a little bit lazy, so my grades weren't that good.
Prostitution, when unmotivated by economic need, might well be defined as a species of psychological addiction, built on self-hatred through repetitions of the act of sale by which a whore is defined.
I'm much more prone to feeling down a lot. I just feel sluggish and unmotivated.
There's nothing sillier than fake rough edges, like the handheld camera you sometimes see on "NYPD Blue," shaking and jittering around, unmotivated, way more than any actual documentary camera would.
The experience we all share and the outcomes, which have been remarkable in a way I never could have predicted. Taking unmotivated people - maybe marginally motivated to get on TV and make money - and ending up with a group that values and is changed by the treatment process and wants to share it with other people.
To sit through a film where you're just unmotivated to be interested in a character is probably the worst thing that could ever happen.
The professor husband of a friend of mine has likened children to the insane.
I often think of it. He says that children live on the edge of madness, that their behavior, apparently unmotivated, shares the same dream logic as crazy people's. I see what he means, and because I've learned to be patient with children, to tease out the logic that's always somewhere there, and irrefutable once explained.
[Nietzsche's doctrine of the eternal return] is what makes moments caught up in the immanence of return suddenly appear as ends. In every other system, don't forget, these moments are viewed as means: Every moral system proclaims that "each moment of life ought to be motivated." Return unmotivates the moment and frees life of ends.
The colossal misunderstanding of our time is the assumption that insight will work with people who are unmotivated to change.
Which was what love was: unmotivated respect.
Girls have to fight against a lot of the same stuff we did growing up.
.. peer pressure, exploitation, etc. But what worries me the most is this trend that caring about something isn't cool. That it's better to comment on something than to commit to it. That it's so much cooler to be unmotivated and indifferent.