So much of our time is aimed at achieving the desired outcome, breaking barriers and building bridges for success. What if we didn't necessarily do that?
Here's what I mean: What if we spent our lifetime trying to build on a legacy?
Don't get me wrong; achievement is a key component to happiness, however it almost always tends to be short-term happiness and well-being. Whereas a legacy will be a long-term achievement for not only yourself, but everyone else in and around your life.
For the majority of society, achievement is everything!
Whether it be money, family, occupation or recreation - achievement has often taken the space of any possible means of building a legacy. While not a negative circumstance, we can always aim higher and build stronger bridges for the people around us who can share in our achievement, very much so - our legacy.