Not really sure why--although I'm positive Dr. Freud would just love to get me on the couch to talk about it--but lately I've been reading a lot of obituaries. Some are fascinating, the deceased person having lived such a full, abundant life (some even accomplishing much in a short amount of years) while others . . . are downright boring.
If you want to do something, don't wait until you're on your deathbed and wonder what in the hell you ever did with your life. Do it now. Start. Set goals. Accomplish them.
Read the biographies of accomplished people and be inspired.
What would your obituary say?
Accomplish something! Do something productive, instead of sitting on the couch for hours each day watching TV.
If not for the world, do it for your life. Accomplish so much that even your obituary is inspiring.