Oversleeping and under hustling?
One cold, frosty day in the middle of winter a colony of ants were busy drying out some, grains of corn, which had grown damp during the wet autumn weather.
A grasshopper half dead with cold and hunger, came up to one of the ants. "Please give me a grail or two from your store of corn to save my life," he said faintly. "We worked day and night to get this corn in. Why should I give it to you?" asked the ant crossly. "Whatever were you doing all last summer when you should have been gathering your food?"
Oh I didn't have time for things like that, said the grasshopper. "I was far too busy singing to carry corn about." The ant laughed I unkindly. "In that case you can sing all winter as far as I am concerned," he said. And without another word he turned back to his work.
"Most people want what it looks like but they don't want what is feels like."
Ask yourself a question, how much of your day is wasted, just thrown away? We take our life for granted, not looking at the fact - we will not live forever. Every living thing has an expiration date on it, as so-called intelligent human beings we should know this and respond accordingly. However we don't always make the right choices or do the right thing we keep doing the same things looking for different results.
Excerpt from my new book, “Your Work Has To Match Your Want”