Mostly, I rise with a sense of determination that I will get a few things done, things that are mainly related to work. Occasionally, that determination is garnished with a sliver of enthusiasm.
I think the size of the latter would increase if I wasn't so afraid of not making enough money to meet all my expenses. And I'm certain that the determination could easily be replaced with a raw, spontaneous and unflinching sense of purpose that aspires to put my creative nature to good and novel use, not just for my benefit but for the benefit of others.
With that kind of purpose, who needs determination? The need to create and the application of one's mind, body and spirit to the creative process is just gloriously congealed into one's purpose. At least, that's what I've discovered.
In the world of cognitive psychology and in corporate and educational circles, this sort of stuff is loosely wrapped up in the concept of 'motivation'. It's complex, as we tend to discover about most things we give words to. But, I still found this video both entertaining and informative.
Surprising too, if you haven't really been paying attention to what motivates you (or been completely honest with yourself) and others.
Hope you enjoy it as much as I did. And do let me know what you think.