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Many times in life, in the middle of our journey, we tell ourselves: “I don’t know what I want to be. I don’t know what I want for a living. I don’t know if I want this relationship.”
These “I don’t know what I want” statements are not because we don't know what we want, but because we want a lot of things and cannot choose.
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We think of our opportunity cost if we decide to do something, fearing it is hampering our options and time, so we stay in limbo unable to decide on what to do.
Life is meant to be an experience, not something you plan and keep doing repeatedly.
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