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30,000 Days … What Will You Do With Them?

Download these inspirational desktop wallpapers.

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IF YOU WANT to get my attention, probably the best place to get it is on the screen of my computer. That’s why, I will occasionally create new desktop wallpapers that will (hopefully) send electrical charges into my ass. Here’s a new one.

P.S. If you didn’t know, 30,000 days is the span of the average human life. (Or 77.5 years.).

30,000 Days … What Will You Do With Them?

Click here to download wallpaper.

Bonus: A few earlier desktop patterns I created:

30,000 Days … What Will You Do With Them?

Click here to download wallpaper.

30,000 Days … What Will You Do With Them?

Click here to download wallpaper.

30,000 Days … What Will You Do With Them?

Click here to download wallpaper.

David Squires is the Group Editorial Director of SmartWork Media. He believes that the first role of business media is to inspire readers.

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