Choices

choices
Businessman looking at arrows pointed in different directions

The best way to lose choices is to think we don’t have any, or convince ourselves we don’t have enough.

Every day we make thousands of choices.

Ergo, by the time we’ve hit puberty, we’ve already made millions upon millions of choices. By middle age, it’s billions.

(Didn’t realize we were all billionaires, huh?)

So. Going forward, how are we going to choose, each day, to spend our millions upon millions?

 

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