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Entry from July 26, 2019
“There’s a correlation between how poorly a job pays and how many inspirational quotes there are”

Many workplaces have inspirational/motivational quotes on the wall. This was posted on Reddit—Showerthoughts on July 25, 2019:

“There’s probably a correlation between how poorly a job pays and how many inspirational quotes are found around the workplace.”

There are other correlations with inspirational quotes. “I believe there’s a inverse correlation btwn the amount of inspirational quotes I retweet & how much my life going down the shitter” was posted on Twitter by Nafisa Muhtadi on October 11, 2011. “Research paper: negative correlation between people who like inspirational quotes and IQ” was posted on Twitter by Alexander Venzke on December 7, 2015. “Theory: the larger the number of inspirational quotes a person posts has a negative correlation with how successful they actually are” was posted on Twitter by kara on February 17, 2017.


Twitter
Pete Brown @ Microsoft
@Pete_Brown
what’s up with correlation between motivational-poster-type tweets, inspirational quotes, and “internet marketers”?
6:42 PM · Mar 8, 2010·TweetDeck

Twitter
Nafisa Muhtadi
@NafisaMuhtadi
I believe there’s a inverse correlation btwn the amount of inspirational quotes I retweet & how much my life going down the shitter. #uhoh:(
2:40 PM · Oct 11, 2011·Twitter Web Client

Twitter
Alexander Venzke
@alexvenzke
Research paper: negative correlation between people who like inspirational quotes and IQ (link: http://www.slidemagic.com/blog/2015/12/6/meaningless-quotes) slidemagic.com/blog/2015/12/6…
Image
12:58 PM · Dec 7, 2015·iOS

Twitter
kara
@karalkv
Theory: the larger the number of inspirational quotes a person posts has a negative correlation with how successful they actually are.
10:10 PM · Feb 17, 2017·Twitter for Android

Twitter
The Wonton Don
@DonnieDoesWorld
I’ve found that there is a direct correlation between the amount someone shares inspirational quotes on social media and their mental instability.
8:05 PM · Nov 15, 2017·Twitter Web Client

Reddit—Showerthoughts
Posted by u/unsustainablysincere July 25, 2019
There’s probably a correlation between how poorly a job pays and how many inspirational quotes are found around the workplace.
COMMENTS
BarbarianDwight
I had a job that paid pretty poorly and there were several “don’t do meth” posters around.

Twitter
RandomFun!
@RandomFun_
There’s probably a correlation between how poorly a job pays and how many inspirational quotes are found around the workplace.
10:22 AM · Jul 25, 2019·IFTTT

Twitter
shower thoughts
@thinking2015
There’s probably a correlation between how poorly a job pays and how many inspirational quotes are found around the workplace. #thinkaboutit
11:49 AM · Jul 25, 2019·IFTTT

Twitter
Easy Thoughts
@RealEasyThought
There’s probably a correlation between how poorly a job pays and how many inspirational quotes are found around the workplace.
#showerthoughts #inspirationalquotes #jobs #pay #workplace #inspirationalquote #correlation
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12:15 PM · Jul 25, 2019·GTO Studio App

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New York CityWork/Businesses • Friday, July 26, 2019 • Permalink