What does it take to be world class?
Why even strive to be world class? Isn’t that a bit egotistical?
And even if we could agree it’s not, couldn’t we agree it’s way too much work for the average person?
The big decision remaining for me is when do I buy the plane ticket to Helsinki, Finland?
It’s a significant investment. “For what“?, I quietly ask myself.
The answer that surfaces most of the time?
“You only get one shot at life. Even if you have to walk around the track, you should do it. Remember, Jeff, there are no guarantees in life. You’ve been on this journey, consciously, for over ten years. But in fact, it’s been with you all your life. You are not being selfish. Do it“!
And so it goes. Day in and day out. One day after another. What to do?
We all face decisions that don’t have an easy answer.
We all have to decide. And even if we choose to not decide, we’ve actually still made a choice. Seriously.
My choice? The answer seems obvious. Yet at the same time, I’m having “buyers remorse“.
For now, I’m going to put on my running shoes and go for a run, pray for wisdom, and hope for no pain. Carpe diem, jeff 🙂