How about if it was the last 6 months or last 10 years of your life? If today was truly the last day of my life, would I keep doing what I'm doing right now. Pretty much, yes. I have no need to jump on a plane and fly somewhere. I do that plenty and then most of the day would be spent in the airport and on the plane.
Today I have a productive day planned and am satisfied with what I will be accomplishing. Maybe it is more helpful to push out the death clock to 6 months or 5 years. Or maybe it's just helpful to think about what I admire that others have.
I admire leaders that are calm, funny, positive and rational. I admire people that control significant assets. I admire people that have traveled the world.
When I think of it this way, it is more clear the areas I have more work to do. I am rational and sometimes funny. I am working on the positive and the calm comes and goes. As far as controlling significant assets, this is definitely a weakness. Travel the world is not a problem, I have that one covered.
So the most significant issues would be controlling significant assets, positive and calm. How would I define significant assets? I guess large amounts of land, buildings and businesses. How much is a large amount of land? I don't even know. Let's say large enough that it would take 12 hours to walk the perimeter. So if I walk 3 miles per hour that would be 36 miles perimeter. That would be 9 miles square or 81 square miles or 51,840 acres or 20,979 hectare. We could say 50,000 acres or 20,000 hectares.
For buildings, I think a 20+ story office building, or shopping complex with 20+ units.
How can I control those assets in