Giving Your All to Anything is High Risk

Should you put everything you got into one thing?

Brandon Bell
6 min readOct 30, 2021


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The time has come to your life where you’re able to make a choice. You can either give something your everything or you can keep dividing your energy into many other things, what’s it going to be?

Opportunities come to us every day but we don't notice the ones that usually aren't in our best interests at the time being. Some people would love to be offered a free trip to Vegas but other people would rather get a new job opportunity instead.

It’s crazy how when we finally get the choice to do more than one thing that we can't decide. We hate being programmed and assigned to one thing in our lives and we wish that we can do more.

Everyone at some time in their life will have the option to do more than one thing, it’s never an easy choice. There are pros and cons to every decision you make. How would you feel if you had to do the same job for the rest of your life?

This is assuming you don't necessarily like the job you have now. Many people are good at the job they have but they don't necessarily like it. You need to be more open-minded and figure out where you want your energy to go.

Putting your energy into multiple projects won’t only be time-consuming but will also be very stressful. You have to literally make time for those different things and make sure you can do the best on each one.

Juggling that balance of energy will never be easy, nor is it supposed to but it makes us feel alive and that we’re being productive. There’s no need to stress over the abundance of options you have, you pick one or multiple things to do and you do it. Eventually, you’ll learn if you can handle it or not, but don't be too opposed to adjusting.

What Do You Like to Do?

So, what do you like to do and how often do you do it? You may not have to do stuff you like whenever you want to because you have work or other responsibilities to take care of.

Many people wish they can do what they love full time as they should but they also don't understand how much different their life would be if they got the opportunity to do so.



Brandon Bell

A young adult who’s writing is geared towards self-improvement and self care. “We write to taste life twice, in the moment and in retrospect.”