“there’s No Risk when You Go After Your Dream. There’s Tremendous Amount to Risk to Playing It Safe” – Bill Burr [1234 X 675]

“there’s No Risk when You Go After Your Dream. There’s Tremendous Amount to Risk to Playing It Safe” – Bill Burr [1234 X 675]
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  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    youmamamakemehappy

    I went for my dream, and man has it been super tough. The last 8 years of my life have almost been a write-off. Things are finally starting to look-up, and I'm starting to enjoy the life I've created....but have doubted my decisions numerous times. And I couldn't even tell you whether I made the right choice or not. That said, we all keep pushing to make things better - so whether it takes 2 years, 4 years, 8 years, or 16 years – eventually you should be able to get your life to a place where you're happy with it. Or at least content with it. Whatever you do, just try to put your best foot forward. People who live their life with this mentality and commitment (as often as they can - regardless of what they do), almost always end up pretty damn happy with their lives.
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    EvoBrah

    In all fairness, accomplishing your dream isn't going to magically give you a healthy relationship with your wife and kids. Gotta work for dat shit no matter where you are in life.
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    santaliqueur

    Ol' Billy Inspiration Balls
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    julesk

    False Choice: It assumes that you follow your dream or wind up in a hellscape. It’d be more honest to admit there are lots of different options and they all have pros and cons. For example, 1) being a famous standup who is on the road all the time so they don’t have a relationship or kids and has had poor and okay financial times with the occasional high paycheck but is doing something they love, or 2) someone who found a partner they care about, a kid they adore and friends that they get to spend time with a lot, a job they’re good with most of the time though it’s not their childhood dream and some financial security. A bit more balanced?
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    slothbuddy

    >Being homeless -- what's the big deal?
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    Twojots

    Short term/long term. Measuring yourself against your dream and finding reality to be unable or unwilling to support your grandiose visions of potential can be quite painful in the moment. Long term, yes, wondering what if is painful. But there is risk in pursuing your dreams. Acceptable risk one should welcome and acknowledge.
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    irrationalskeptic

    Yay survivorship bias
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    AHCretin

    First you have to *have* a dream.
  • Posted: September 11, 2019 09:45

    uberguby

    "Don't listen to me, I don't read." - Also Bill Burr Hey if you haven't seen Bill Burr's comedy, strong recommendations. I mean... be warned, his jokes are sexist, homophobic... I'm... pretty sure racist, though I can't remember anything specific right now. But he's a great comic.