It is not so much what we do but rather how we do what we do, whatever that be, often defines what we are, and quality of life that we live! Doing what we do better improves quality of life of one’s own, others around you and the world at large.
No matter where we are, what we do, one thing common for all of us is that every moment of our life is precious. Seconds remaining in our life is limited, though we do not know how limited they are. It is a finite collection, fore sure.
Where do you find most of your activities?
I hope none finds themselves in Quadrant 4. This quadrant is typical of Tamo Guna. It stands for laziness, irresponsibility, cheating, maliciousness, insensitivity, negative criticism, frustration, aimless living, and lame excuses. If someone does, then that calls for a serious introspection and action to move towards quadrant 3 or quadrant 2. It calls for an urgent help from a good macher or mensh
If you find yourself in Quadrant 3, then you might be a Schlepper. It may happen in early stages of career but as you go along, you need to move yourself towards quadrant 2 or quadrant 1. Identify a good macher or mensh as a mentor and guide who could help you reach the right quadrant even faster
Many may find themselves in quadrant 2, especially during later part of the career. If you do, you must be a macher. It is good, and it is typical of Rajo Guna . It stands for motion, energy and preservation. But watch out, you are on your toes! Are you in a firefighting mode? See to it that you get to enjoy what you do, or else I am afraid you may easily get burned out, even as you strive hard towards your goal. Ensure that you plan and move towards quadrant 1, to enjoy life better