Saturday, April 4, 2015

Relativity of Time VS The Actual Time

At one point, we have so much to do end up not doing anything.

What happen to all the time that we had?

Do we really had our time? Doing something irrelevant? What happen really?

Do the time just pass, lost or it is not there to begin with?

People love to talk about productivity in time.

It is easy to measure cycle of completed physical task in certain period of time.

But how do we measure productivity in thinking?

p.s. I've been thinking, really.

1 comment:

  1. I think the fact that you actually "think" before you do something or decide something is productive on it's own.

    It doesn't matter if things get done or you fail or you succeed after you done ALL the thinking. It is because that's the nature of our brain, it accumulates. So the more you think, the better your experiences will be.

    Or in some cases, your brain would say, "Don't think too much, just do it"- your brain had actually done all the necessary calculation. But this time your brain most probably know that (by experience) you need to fail to learn something, or you need to do something new to learn something. Thus, the "Don't think too much, just do it" thought.

    On execution, well, if you don't do something about it, it just means that you lack the drive and motivation to do so. Perhaps you are lazy, perhaps you aren't truly excited by the idea. I think it has to do with personality. Have you ever had an idea you are so crazy about you'd do anything to make it happen? If you have none, you are maybe just a contented man.

    OK I am not sure if any of this make sense. But love the posts. Keep it up :-)