Context to this Post:
My question on viewing opportunities as finite vs ever abundant.
The controversial self help Yes Man Experiment based on the movie and the title of the same book.
My year long following of Jordan Peterson and his antidote to chaos by advising a person should exploit and capitalise on every opportunity life hands them.
I am feeling drawn towards an approach to life which is thus; giving myself the responsibility to accept and act on every opportunity that people in my life, or institutions, or life itself, offers me or beckons me towards.
Here are guidelines I shall follow (at least ones I can think of at the moment):
I will post back after 2 weeks and inform of how this attitude makes me feel. Whilst I would like to say "I will report back in 3 months" I find it more appropriate to trial this out for a few weeks and tweak accordingly before attempting this experiment for a full year.
by whose law be competent,
flying too close to the sun
answered 06 Mar, 19:39
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