Last year, I heard someone mention a book by Todd Henry and I found the title very intriguing – Die Empty.
I read the book in one gulp and realized how I had misunderstood the title. I thought it meant that we should not die empty handed without any good deeds to take back with us. Henry meant it the other way around, that we should spend all our talents and potential and die spent. Nevertheless, it’s a good book on productivity and finding meaning in your work.
Discovering your voice is rarely a linear path, but instead is the culmination of a lifelong process of observation, course correction, and risk-taking that eventually leads to the recognition of a valuable contribution.
Todd Henry, Die Empty