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    The kind of job I want is to throw out ideas and thoughts without any pressure and for good pay.

    Ofcourse I won't find it. :P
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    I personally think so. I'd rather have my career set before tackling other life challenges.

    It's a source of income and a huge devotion of one's time. Unhappiness at the workplace can manifest itself as unhappiness in the home. People often move so that they can have a specific job or attend a specific university, structuring their life around their career as it is. And it can be difficult to "switch gears" and pursue another career entirely if one is unhappy with their current line of work, especially if one's life is also plagued with other issues. It's too easy to become "stuck" in some unsatisfactory job until retirement, through inertia, outside stressors, and other factors.

    To me, a career is just too important to be taken so lightly, to satisfice as many do. One's career should serve their life and their interests, not the other way around.

    All I can say is that I'm certainly fortunate to have gotten my career squared away and found a line of work that I enjoy; it allows me to enjoy the rest of my life, too.

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    I bet on a commune you can get away with maybe 1 hour of work per day. If someone doesn't want a 40+ hour work week, doesn't want to be homeless, and can't become self-employed somehow, it could be a good choice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremy View Post

    Does anyone else thinks that this chart could be wrong for them ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Does anyone else thinks that this chart could be wrong for them ?
    You mean the entire NT population?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    Does anyone else thinks that this chart could be wrong for them ?
    Lemme guess...the middle-man again?

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    Put self actualisation inbetween Physiological needs and Safety needs. Cut the top half of the pyramid in two vertically, on one side put social needs and on the other side esteem needs.

    That should fix the pyramid for me.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    I have seen this chart a few times and I am sure that it is not correct for me.

    I am sure that level 3 and 5 should swich their positions in my case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    I have seen this chart a few times and I am sure that it is not correct for me.

    I am sure that level 3 and 5 should swich their positions in my case.
    Not to go completely off topic, but in my opinion, those top three kind of go hand in hand. Some people need more of one or another, but everyone needs SOME of each of those three things. I do agree with the assertion that it is impossible to develop the top half without the bottom half in place; if you're hungry, the last thing you're worried about is making friends. It's getting more food.
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    But what is the point of protection without self actualisation. those two go hand in hand as well, in my opinion! For me anyways.

    1. Sustanance
    2. Reason worth of protection
    3. Protection
    4. Everything else
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