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What You Want to Do Is Who You Are [Productivity]

On modern social networks, the question of the moment is What are you doing? (or perhaps more provocatively, What's on your mind?). To me, a more interesting question is, What do you want to do?. The desire to do anything beyond eat, find warmth, sleep, and mate is what makes us human. Your goals and aspirations, the steps you're taking to achieve them, plus everything you've done to get you where you are right now is the essence of who you are.
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