Diametrically opposed.

Chris Pirillo has too much stuff to do:

I have too many things I need to do, and I’ve got no time to do ‘em all. I’ve had so many late nights in the past week, it’s not even funny. Didn’t even have a chance to check my email until 11am today! I stayed up last night working on helping the Outlook team, but I still have a few more things I need to tweak in this site’s template…

On the other hand, Robert Scoble is re-evaluating,asking what he should be doing:

Tonight, though, I find I’m questioning everything about my life. Am I doing the right things? Treating people well enough? Doing enough to improve the world?

Nobody really needs to do anything, other than eat and sleep.After that you just have to figure out what is really important to you and do it. Everything you do is a choice.

So many people talk about how busy they are as it is was a badge of honor. I work hard sometimes, other times I volunteer, and yet other times I just relax with a good book. I’ve been there for all the major events in my family’s lives, and we’re pretty comfortable, though I won’t be retiring tomorrow either.

There are 24 hours in every day, and you alone can decide how to spend them.I just do the stuff I want to do.

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