Breaking the essential rule

Essentialism is doing only the essential. No until it is a definite yes. But what do you do if you’ve broken that rule? Say what was a definite yes, has now become a maybe? That’s the situation I find myself in, and I’m afraid I may have to break someone’s heart.

As rich dad says, however, if you’re earning extra money, it’s fine if you’re putting it to use to make extra money (at least I think I read that before). Then I can invest that money to buy me more free time in the future to work on the essential. So I could think about it in that way I guess. It was a definite yes in the past, so maybe I can give it a try for a while and see how we go. By then I’d know if I was right or not.

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