Seth Godin’s post, 10 Questions for work that matters, had me thinking quite a bit in the past week or so and I’ve written several blog posts answering some of those questions. I think it was timely for me and a great way to reflect on what I’m doing.
Thinking this week about these questions I couldn’t help but also think about some people and their work, their messages, their products, my relationships, what was important to me and how they all resonated in my life.
Its apparent that I recognized those in my thoughts and their contributions but as I reflected a bit more deeply about this question I am simply amazed at the abundance that I’ve been blessed to experience. Perhaps I should be a little less tough on myself and celebrate a bit more. That said, I should alos be motivated by the enormous opportunity to serve more, create more, explore more, publish more, teach more while I still have the time.
As I conclude, I think Brendon Burchard nails it when he says “Did I Live, Did I Love, Did I Matter?“. I think its a wonderful mantra to truly consider in doing work that matters but also everything you do in life.
The time we have here is short. Make it matter.