What are you willing to die for? Who are you willing to die for?
Neither one of these questions always produces a simple answer. There are so many variables involved, that it actually pains me to think of the answer. Questions come to mind such as: how would I die? Do I have to die? What type of person would I die for? What type of person does it make me if I don’t have a list, that is pages long, of people? Does this mean that I don’t really love others?
Do you ever find it difficult to evaluate how successful of a life you’re living? Do you compare yourself to others in a similar place in life? Or maybe you have an internal barometer that you try to measure up to.
Too often, I find that I compare myself to others in a similar walk of life. Doesn’t matter if they’re single or married, work in a cubicle or are a CEO, have never left the state or have traveled the world, I just check to see if I measure up to how successful they appear to be.
What is productivity? It is the act of producing something. At work, right? Despite popular belief, productivity is not limited to our 9-5 work hours. There is a need to produce in every aspect of our life–all day long.