November 24, 2009

Living By Numbers

Calculate the bill, figure out the cost and tally the amount.

Revenue down, lower employee count, enhance the bottom line.

Friends and followers are published for all to see.

The race is on and the top three get a medal.

Two minutes left, score tied, first place on the line.

A higher grade point average will mean a larger scholarship.

One more deal, quota made.

Working into the wee hours, four more steps to top the corporate ladder.

One more day and one more dollar.

All too often we seem to gauge our lives solely by numbers. For most, they are the largest measurement of success.

Does anyone really know why?

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