It’s my life! It means I don’t have to work.
When you get to your goal of zero productivity, it means you have to work and earn money.
I think it’s important to note that you can earn money by doing things that are not productive, such as getting coffee at a coffeehouse or taking a ride in the car, doing something that is not productive, such as watching TV, or eating at a restaurant.
You can gain money by doing what you love, but it’s not the same. You want to do what you love, but that’s not what you work out. And if you want to work that out, you have to work someplace that is productive, and that’s what you do. In this case, the true purpose of work is to be able to earn money, not to work.
In other words, you can’t work if you don’t want to work. For most people, work gets in the way of achieving their true purpose. There’s always something in life that they’d rather be doing, so they can do it, but they don’t want to do it. We’re all in this together. If you don’t want to work, then you shouldn’t do it.
You CAN work. You can do it.
If you dont want to work, then you shouldnt do it. If you dont want to be able to work, then you shouldnt do it. If you dont want to work, then you shouldnt do it.
The problem is that you either aren’t actually productive or you are so productive that you don’t know how to do anything at all. You’re in a situation where you are either working on something that you don’t want to do, or you’re working on something that you do want to do, but you dont want to do it. This isn’t all that uncommon.
In this case, we are actually working on something that we dont want to do. We are working on a game that we dont want to play. We are working on a piece of art that we dont want to paint. We are working on a business idea that we dont want to pursue, or we are working on a project that we dont want to sell. We are working on something that we dont want to be doing.
Another name for false productivity is “trying to get things done”. You can see in this story that the game tries to get things done by trying to get a little more done.