Entry 174: For Reasons of Their Own
I find it interesting when two individuals in the same environment can achieve the same amount of greatness, yet their reasons for achieving can be vastly different.
An example of this is when two employees are hard workers, so much that their efforts are noticed by all. They both are able to effectively cope with stress, delegate tasks to others, and communicate well enough. In spite of this, their motivations do not match.
One person may enjoy delegating responsibilities onto others with their leadership, while the other may enjoy dividing responsibilities amongst others so the load is even distributed.
One person may exceed beyond others because it shows how capable they are, while the other exceeds because they want to complete the task as efficiently as possible.
One person may command, while the other may help carry the yoke.
These two people can be difficult to distinguish from an outside perspective, but I have seen how the two can differ while in the fray.