What fires you to get through today’s pile of work? Does it intrinsically attract you, tugging your curiosity? Or do you feel a weight of obligation to do as you’re supposed to? These two motivation sources, enjoying work versus being driven to work, have been well examined in the workaholism literature, with obligation leading to personal outcomes such as anxiety and rising guilt. However, despite popular accounts such as Daniel Pink’s Drive, there is limited research contrasting how these approaches translate to workplace outcomes.