Die Empty?

When asked which is the richest place; Some said the oil-rich Gulf region, or diamond mines in Africa. The seminar leader said: “No it is the cemetery. Yes, it is the richest land in the world, because millions of people have departed/died and they carried many valuable ideas that did not come to light nor benefit others.” Inspired by this conversation, Todd Henry wrote a book: “Die Empty: Unleash Your Best Work Every day.” He says: “Don’t go to your grave with your best work inside of you. Choose to die empty.” It will be good to get a biblical perspective.
Die in sin: There are people who die in their sins. (John 8:24) They are those who are proud to acknowledge that they are sinners, arrogant to reject the truth that Lord Jesus is the only Saviour, and choose to design their own way of salvation. They will be in graves with bones full of sin. (Job 20:11)
Bury talents: Sadly, many bury their talents, gifts, skills, knowledge, and resources, instead of using them like the One talented man in the Parable of Talents. (Matthew 25:14-30) In death, they are buried which they refused to use in good time.
Store treasures: In the world, people want to use their talents for selfish purposes, without reckoning God’s purpose. Lord Jesus Christ taught His disciples to store treasures in heaven. (Matthew 6:19-21) Gain heavenly friends with mundane money. (Luke 16:9-11) Also use the talents, gifts, resources, inheritance, knowledge, wisdom, influence, and connections to bless others, which will result in treasures in heaven.
Death is gain: Paul beautifully states that to live is Christ, and death is gain. (Philippians 1:21) Life is purposeful if a person knows Christ and fulfills His will and purpose. When God’s purpose is done, for a believer, death is gained as he/she will live with Him forever.
Death is victory: The last enemy for humans is death. However, death is swallowed up in victory by the disciples of Lord Jesus Christ. (I Corinthians 15:26, 54-55)
Do I optimally use all resources for His Kingdom?