Work that matters
Tuesday, June 01, 2010, by Sebastian Dwornik

Steve Jobs portraitIf you died tomorrow, would the project that you were involved in be important enough for someone else to pick up out of a desire for its value to the world?

Or would it fall into the pit of irrelevance and be forgotten?

Wouldn't it be nice to know that your hard work during your lifetime had meaning towards a greater goal?  That it wasn't just "a job", or simply about money, but true value and purpose.

I suspect Steve Jobs is proud of this.  Knowing that if he had died due to his illness sometime ago, he would be proud of his contribution in rebuilding Apple into the powerful company that changed the world.

Shouldn't we all be involved in such purposeful work?  In building our dreams that live on past our lifetimes.

What are you building today that matters for tomorrow?

Curious thought.


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