There’s a simple truth about the workday: It’s boring.
I can’t stress this enough.
You’re not going to be doing anything interesting, and no one is going to care.
The only people you’re going to find out about are the ones you’re doing it with.
Nothing to do.
You get the feeling you’re not even really doing anything at all.
The last thing you want to do is be the one sitting at home working all day.
The first thing you do is go to work, which means you go to a computer, you download something, you check your email, and you get your day started.
I’m not kidding.
It’s that simple.
If you’re thinking, “Well, I don’t want to go work, I’m going to go play video games!” you’re wrong.
It makes no sense to you.
You want to work because you want the challenge of a challenge.
That is the reason why video games have become such a great way to break out of the routine.
The truth is that the real joy of video games isn’t the actual games themselves.
What they do for you.
The joy of the game is in the stories, in the characters, in how they’re woven into the fabric of the world, in their depth and their nuance.
What video games do is bring you back to what’s important to you: what matters to you in life.
What matters most to me is my relationship with my family, my community, my friends.
And that’s the most important thing in my life.
You’ll find the answer to this question in your work, in your life.
If we could just be a little bit more focused on that, then we could make a lot more progress toward our happiness.
But I don.t want to be the person who has to work all day because the world needs me.
I want to have the time to play video game after video game.
There’s no other way to get that.
So let’s take it to work.
You can read more about the benefits of video game work here: Free Game Work: Why You Should Work for Your Free Time, by Paul Giamatti and James Altucher.