Alternative Measures of Success — 3 Comments

  1. Hey Ted, great article thanks for posting. few years ago i used to have a note on my fridge with 5 things on it. I would get to the end of the day and seee how many of the 5 i had done, the more i had done, the better i usually felt, they were similar to yours. I then begun prioriting these 5 things in my life. I have been doing this for the past few years and i am in a great space. The 5 are (in no particlar order…
    to spend time in nature
    to spend time with others in true connection
    to spend time meditating
    to eat healthy foods
    to exercise

    i would recommend these to anyone who wants a more meaningful life.

    As for being jobs, anything that is simple, dosent use too much mind, in nature, knowing your love of golf how about a Zen Greenkeeper?
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  2. How bout a Green Zookeeper? A Gentle Beekeeper? A Mindful Bookkeeper?

    I like to measure my success by how many clever things I do with words and language – 🙂

    I like all of this. I have been working through getting to the end of the day and beating myself up for not getting “enough” tasks crossed off of my To Do list. I have figured out that part of the reason is that many new things creep up and get done that aren't on the list. So I have sort of modified my list to be a To Do/Have Done list.

    And I think I am going to try to work some of these great measures in to my TDHD list.

    I also measure success lately by how sore I am from exercising yesterday.

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