Being busy is sometime counter productive. It’s easy to schedule a day and plan being busy but harder to actually be productive. Yep, Productive. The ability to produce or even progress (uh, not Websters definition). Did I do anything to propel me closer to my career goal? Did I say anything encouraging, uplifting, reprimanding or credible? Did I strengthen my bond with family, friends or God? If not, then my day may have been busy but doggone unproductive.
Looking far back as 2015, I used to drink a lot of milk. I'm a few years older and Milk doesn't treat me the same anymore. I’m no Cow-ologist, but I would imagine that a cow that does not produce quality milk nor off spring is a burden to the farm. I’m sure not even the coolest of cows can moo it’s way into convincing the farmer to keep it around. With no productivity the cow will soon get the boot. Or possibly even become a boot. In our lives we are placed in positions that require us to produce. On our jobs we are required to produce gains. In sports we are required to produce a victory. In relationships we are required to produce a nurturing bond. Whenever we don’t produce we create obstacles, challenges and distance. Each day let’s challenge ourselves to be productive.
Whether it’s moving closer to a goal or strengthening a relationship.
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