• Robert Eckelman

I am happiest when I have nothing to do. That does not mean I do nothing.

Updated: Jul 15


I am happiest when I have nothing to do. That does not mean I do nothing.
I am happiest when I have nothing to do. That does not mean I do nothing.


I am happiest when I have nothing to do. That does not mean I do nothing. This is not even my line. A few years ago, I was at a leadership summit. The facilitator asked people in the room when they were happiest. One of the leaders stood up and said, I am happiest when I have nothing to do.


I think everyone in the room was a bit shocked. She then said, when I have nothing to do that means my sales team and my clients are all taken care of.


When my sales team and clients are in a good place, I can concentrate on how to move our organization forward. Here is to having nothing to do 😊

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