What if?

@BYOLA2871 (4373)
South Africa
April 17, 2010 10:09am CST
I sit down to wonder how our lives revolve around lots and lots of what ifs? When you want to start a new relationship, you ask yourself what if he or she is not what I think he is, in a new job you ask yourself, what if I end up not liking this job. In a new business venture you ask yourself what if things don’t work out. In a lot of things we do we ask what if this what if that? Now I was asked a question by a friend, “what if you know you would become a millionaire in a year what will you do?
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@tomitomi (5441)
• Singapore
18 Apr 10
hi byola2871, the what ifs would never lift me off the ground, would never make me start doing anything. but it's good to see the other side of the coin and plan strategies/solutions just in case you need them. but if one dwells a lot into it there is certainly the danger of a self fulfilling prophecy. what if i know i would become a millionaire in a year, i'll start looking for the best place to stay, the best house to live in, the best bank to put my money in, the best people to work with and run the household....
@BYOLA2871 (4373)
• South Africa
19 Apr 10
I guess you have a good idea of what am talking about life requires us to plan irrespective of the so many what ifs that beguileus along the way we should never give up
@Hatley (164392)
• Garden Grove, California
18 Apr 10
hibyola if I knew that I would make plans to buy a computer programming service, put my son to work, pay first last rent and other fees on a two bedrom apartment and get the heck out of Gold Crest. Also I would invest a lot of that money into well paying stock. Also put some in savings, and live prudently. I would also try to help several out of work people get back their lives, then as I made money i would help several more as the computer programing business took off.