Without hunger you have no opinions, no substance, no soul. I realize now why the great minds of history always appear ‘mad’ or ‘angry’ — they were hungry. Hungry for change and improvement.
Joshua makes some very good points on contentment and how that effects your drive and hunger. If you are content; you become stagnant, less aggressive, and make careless mistakes. He closes with “Stay unsettled. Keep it uncomfortable,” which reminds me of “Stay hungry. Stay foolish.” from the late Steve Jobs.
Update: This link has since broken, so the original post can no longer be referenced. Sadly, it has been lost in the ether of the internet.