Motivation for Morons

I visited an office a while ago and all round the walls were those cheesey motivational posters, framed for goodness sake, like this one. How anyone is supposed to be energised to perform better because of these things is beyond me.

If they are then the Despair.com poster above probably has the answer. Click on the image to enlarge.

Nobody’s prefect. If you find any spelling mistakes or other errors in this post, please let me know by highlighting the text and pressing Ctrl+Enter.

6 comments… Add yours
  • Mosher 17th August 2005

    I have a dozen of those sat on my hard drive somewhere… they're great, aren't they?

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  • Anonymous 17th August 2005

    You have a really informative blog,.. look forward to reading more in the future.

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  • Shooting Parrots 17th August 2005

    Bugger! There's another spam comment.

    But I agree Mosh. My favourite is the, "Never Underestimate Stupid People in Large Groups."

    Can relate to that.

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  • Laura 18th August 2005

    Can you imagine how long it must take for a moron to actually get motivated? Wouldn't you like to be a fly on the wall of their brain(s), hmmmm?

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  • Shooting Parrots 18th August 2005

    "a fly on the wall of their brain"

    Love that image Alice.

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  • Anonymous 19th November 2007

    When you motivate a moron… They are still a moron.

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