my name is XXXXX XXXXX you for using JustAnswer. This is a great general question.
I think there are a lot of people in this relative problem that have concerns about what their life would "read" like to other people.
The reality is that if that book were to be written about you, assuming you lived life as well as you could, balancing happiness and the things that make you happy, possibly doing something self-lessly for another person or a group of people the book would read very well - again depending on who the writer is (if you catch my drift).
I think in your case it is very important to make a list of the things you feel are important, both from an intrinsic satisfaction standpoint, but also from the (partly) selfish standpoint. I would encourage you to include things from a selfLESS standpoint as well. What could you do for other people that would make YOU feel happy.
Really who cares what other people think when they read your book. The only person who should be happy with the way the book reads is you, and your family if you want that.
Many times, people are not defined by the things they do for themselves, but what they do for their communities, their family and friends and for those who may not be able to help themselves.
I eventually plan to have a chapter in my "book" passing on any education that I feel would help other people. I am well versed in the study of the human body, and have been fortunate enough to have a 3D understanding of the structures as well as the action/reaction of the way the body works. This isn't a big deal in itself, but i LOVE teaching it. I love helping people understand it, I love helping people improve. So while teaching is not a part of my life right now, I plan to make a thick chapter in my book about this.
So with you I think you really need to outline what you want this book to include and more importantly WHY you want the book to include it. The book, which could be regarded as a "legacy", do you want it to appeal to the masses or do you want it to appeal to the people who actually know you well and were planning on reading you book.
At this point I think a list of the things you wanted to accomplish and did as well as the things you still want to accomplish should be written down and assigned a number value on a scale of absolute importance(1 to 5, 1 to 10, something like that). I think its important when assigning the value you also create a list on how to attain what you feel needs to be on this.
Selfless tasks for examples would be things like teaching your skills to other people, working along side places like habitat for humanity, big brother/big sister programs, giving up your own time, skill, emotional support and heart to others who might be in tough situations or who can't handle "life" the way we are so fortunate to be able to. It would also be sharing the things you enjoy(those that you have listed) with other people.
Keep in mind, a good book not only touches on the personal attributes of the main character, not only on the skills and tasks he/she has completed or does, but also on the involvement and selfless qualities the main character has and how he/she treats and provides for others. This is what makes people fall in love with the main characters for books, the admirable things they do to make OTHERS happy, whiles still being a well rounded quality individual.
Hopefully this helps you - when you have finished reading please remember to provide a rating for me, and following that if you would like to discuss further, that would be a pleasure.