What if everything you tried didn’t work?

What if your best ideas, best plans, best strategies, best efforts didn’t pan out?

What then? Would you give up?

What if you knew it was time to get your act together? What if you knew you didn’t have much time left? What if you knew it was now or never?

What changes would you make? How would you adjust?

Would you move to a different city? Make new friends? Start a business? Try a new workout routine? Embrace minimalism?

If you knew that you would simply be trying old things in a new way, would you feel discouraged about the fact that breakthroughs may not be forthcoming? Or, contrary to all evidence, would you continue to believe in breakthrough results?

It’s a big decision. Would you think long and hard on it before getting into action? Or, sensing the limitations of time, would you spring into action, doing something daily to create the life you’ve always wanted to create with the time you have left? Even if you have no idea whether those actions are going to lead anywhere?

Perhaps there’s a different option.

Maybe you could live your life in three-, six-, or 12-month capsules. Give something your full attention for a while, before moving on and trying something else. After all, what’s a quarter, half a year, or another 365 days in the grand scheme of things? Maybe you could indulge the multi-passionate within you. It could be a fun life.

Perhaps we could let go of the significance and drama of the situation altogether. Maybe we could adopt a laidback, easy-going attitude instead.

What if you created life as an experiment? What if you let your curiosity drive you? What if you held onto that curiosity for the rest of your life?

There are many ways of approaching the situation. The only thing needed to find solutions is to see the problem from different angles.

What’s even more fascinating, though, is that the “situation” itself is a creation. It’s not real. It doesn’t exist. We know this because the situation doesn’t have an opinion on the matter – only you do. Since you’re the only one with an opinion on the matter, it’s all context, and contexts are created.

What context do you want to create? This is the ultimate question.

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