Right now, I’m leaning towards the latter.
See, a little while ago, I was having dinner with a couple of friends, we were talking shop, and I was saying: “I could be doing this, I could be doing that,” and one of them said to me, “Brandon, what else do you need? Look what you got!”
She had a point. It seems like when you start trying to think of What Else’s unilaterally – in every portion of your life – it makes you feel like you’re never satisfied - or happy - with what you have.
Maybe the real question is: Is where you are right now - and what you have right now – enough sometimes? Maybe there’s no What Else today. Maybe there will be tomorrow, but it’s not a seven-days-a-week proposition.
Maybe you have what you need right now - be it at work, or at home - and your job is to be grateful for it and to enjoy it.
"Yeah, having houses across the globe gives my wife something to do, but its all bullshit. I couldn’t care less about them. The only thing that matters in life is relationships with friends and family. That’s it."