The Adventurous Nature of Uncertainty.

'The Daily Dose' By Matt Potts

If I was going to be honest with myself, the times in my life that have been the most fulfilling have also been the most uncertain.

Impromptu travel.

Being in love.

Jumping off bridges.

Falling out of planes.

New friends.

New experiences.

But what makes something exciting about uncertainty?

Don’t we spend most of our lives trying to reduce uncertainty and raise certainty?

That is true.

But it is also sad.

I remember when I first picked up the book “Rich Dad, Poor Dad.”

I literally remember reading those pages in a bookstore many years to go.

My mind would be forever changed… If I really wanted to reduce my level of uncertainty I had an interesting choice.

Between being in prison.

Or being free.

You see prison is the most controlled environments in our developed world.

Know when to sleep, eat, exercise and take a shower.

Everything is under control.

So where do we sign up??

Isn’t uncertainity what we’ve been looking at all along in our lives?

This is the dream right?


You see the more uncertain you are, the more free you are.

The more free you are, the more you’ll be perceptive to success and opportunity.

People however obviously don’t plan to go to prison for the rest of their lives.

So they compromise and they take a more ‘flexible condition’.

They are told what to do all week, and then have some semi-fleibile ‘yard time’ on the weekend.

Before long they are back again on Monday.

Repeat x52.

Repeat x45 years.

Shoot me.

I would rather embrace the adventurous nature of uncertainty.

It’s there where we can take risk, and not feel bad.

We realise that we are one step closer than we were before.

Uncertainty is the travelling friend of the successful.

In your own journey of lie, be sure to connect Uncertainty to your daily duties.

Here you’ll realise what opportunity there is out there.

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Goodness Lover

Goodness Lover

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