13 Examples With One Thing In Common: Power Imbalance
Vidya Narayanan

If I can extend it a bit more, it is the realization of, how power fuel one’s Ego. In the initial stages, it does drives one to get things done. Eventually, it leads to aggression and possessiveness to hold on to power (and to prevent others from attaining it). 
So my take is to realize the source of motivation, at the budding stage itself. If indeed, the motivation is just to satiate the ego, correct it ! (courtesy, Vethathiri Maharishi)

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