Listswent through a period of fascinatiion with me. Listsarelike headlines of one thing collected. The top thisor that is a popular way to catch up on pop culture byknowing the bullet talking points. Lists are a big bysuness because people like pop culture awareness butfor mostthings, just knowing the titles is enough. You see a top 10 list of best Ghost movies and if you know 7 you feel prety good. You can compareyour favouries and preferences with the masses and feel content or frsutrated at how similar to areto the acepted norms of the list.
Some lists you revisit and update, and some you never think about again.
Most adults can remember one or two times they’d answerwhat they want to be when they grow up, and thatlistoften changes.
Other questions we haveanswersor may include what would you do if you won thelottery, which is often followed up witha conversation about you don’t need the big lotereis and how you’re humble and would like the lower priced lotteryso you have thefreedom of bil worrry, butit won’t chaneg you life.
Theotherlistsweive is what superpower we’d like, or what do we wish we could do.
I’ve never been able to decide between being able to play music, or draw. Both have an equal number of beenefits, but it hasn’t reallychanged.
I miost wish I could figure out a way to solve my one problem. To actually do the things Idream of. To start one without theassumption that I will notmake it to tehsecond planning meeting.
I have conditioned myself to believemy ideas all have the potential to makeme rich, but they suit mewea s dreams ofthe success I could have ben, but the fearthatone mightactuallywork and mylifewou have tochange.
Itismucheasiertoeal with volenatryfailure fearthandoing the work and then having to live in a universe I can’trunaway from.
Fame on somebody else’s timeline can ruin you.
The internal belief thatat any moment, Allen Funt will appearand laugh atme.
I don’tw ant to be famous for failure.
Allm I really want is my rent paid for anothermoment,efined onlybyit;s end.