Are usually the very people least productive themselves. Such persons merely need be reminded that everyone has exactly the same number of minutes in a day. Spending one’s time playing video games or visiting hundreds of coffee houses is one way to do it. It’s jut not how the productive wish to use their limited time.
Or put another way and more directly, Chuck and Tim- if you spend you time complaining about how I spend my time- perhaps it would be best to look in the mirror to see how your own time is being used. Perhaps write something for publication- like a book. Or do some reading. Or review some books. Or write some essays. Or post something of interest on your own little corner of cyberspace. Or make a few hospital visits or call some Church folk or write some letters or text some friends to check on them. Or work on some sermons and write out some Bible studies. Or, if you want to, spend your time complaining about me. Or stop sleeping 12 hours a day. But do realize that snide remarks about my use of my time won’t result in my changing my behavior to suit you. Others have tried- none have succeeded.