Monday, April 20, 2015

To Do

How do you measure the productivity of a day? It's fairly constrictive (and often disappointing) if it's only evaluated by the number of items checked off a to-do list. I need some of that in my life due to my personality, but I can't only determine my effectiveness this way.

Sometimes it's found in taking the time to have a conversation with a friend, stirring up thoughts through well-timed brainstorming sessions, a good run at the end of the day, and taking the time to help your daughter. These aren't "industry approved" measures of productivity, but I feel good about where they have led me today. Sometimes we've accomplished more than we think even when our to-do list doesn't reflect it.

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