The Goal Is To Be Highly Productive

The first step is to become purpose-driven. Something more important than food, clothing, and self-preservation should motivate your daily activities. With that in place, you should work towards becoming more productive. Become productive on a scale that is suitable for your world. There is no point in becoming very good at what you do if you deny your world the goodness that God has bestowed upon you. We should never lose sight of the fact that our innate gifting is meant to serve the greater good. Many good people in our world today are relatively productive, but their productivity is insufficient to make a significant impact.

You’ve heard that “the only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” One could argue that good people aren’t producing enough results to positively influence the world. This stems from a lack of understanding of what it means to be fruitful (productive). Fruitfulness is not measured in terms of money or material possessions. Jesus warned that our lives do not consist of an abundance of possessions (Luke 12:15). The goal is not to accumulate material wealth. The goal is to be highly productive.

This question, “am I producing enough fruits in line with my talents and gifting?” should keep you awake at night. It is interesting that musical artists who lack values tend to outwork, outproduce, and outperform musical artists who produce value-driven works. The future does not belong to those who dream and discuss it. It belongs to the person who works hardest to make it happen. The Japanese believe that working hard without a vision leads to a nightmare. We could argue that your world is a nightmare because the hardest workers lack a divine mandate. You can repent today and resolve to become more productive.

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