Long hours and relentless schedules are not indications of how hard-working someone may be.
We can look, feel and say we're busy. But, being busy can be used as a disguise for delusion.
The worth and purpose of the work we do is the most important factor, not just the volume of output.
What we do, how we do them and who we do them for are the real questions that edge us closer to understanding purpose.
Growth and numbers live on paperwork and spreadsheets, but our purpose and missions live within us.
If tapped into regularly, knowing purpose can be the single biggest influence and motivator.
Spend time and reflect on why you want to hide in a mode of busyness, instead of being purpose-driven.