Day One: Results


In science, a work is considered done only when the object has moved from one place to another. The results have to be seen for you to claim that you did something. In the real world, too, this idea applies. You need to write that report, do this chore, read that book, go meet your associates, make that cake – the results need to be tangible. People need to see that you’ve done something. You need to submit that report to your Boss to prove that you did something. Else, you will be deemed a slacker and there will probably be a bad reputation to your name. (How ironic, that the reputation isn’t tangible, and when it becomes so, you aren’t just a slacking employee, but behaved with as if something much worse happened.)

What I mean to say is that the value of a human being is conventionally depended…

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