It’s nice, and that’s the problem

If it’s anything less than great, I don’t want it. There’s no time to spend on things that are mediocre, subpar or simply “nice.” Everybody has “nice” things, but what makes you different? Nice things are not worth the time, the money, the effort, the consideration or the willpower.

Let great be your minimum threshold. Accept nothing less, and don’t take things just because you can. Fill your life with amazing things that enrich it, and let the “nice” stuff fizzle out of existence. If something is not great, leave its allotted space empty and fill that space only when something great comes along, meeting that minimum threshold. It will be better for everyone.

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