A lot of people wait for the right set of cards to go all in.
A lot of people wait for the right time to go all in.
Or the right situation.
Only to end up never having played a single hand.
Whenever someone asks me when will I stop doing whatever it is I do, I tell them this:
Alright, I don’t say this to my mom or dad. So don’t tell them I said this.
But it’s all about creating an environment where you can go all in. And once you create that environment you should go all chips in.
But how do you know if your hand is good enough? How do you know you’ll be able to push through tough times? How do you know if this is your time to go all in?
I guess you need to ask yourself this:
“Are you going to regret NOT going all in in future?”
“Are you going to WISH that you should have taken that offer?”
“Or said YES to that guy/girl?”
“Or changed your life with a single decision but you didn’t?”
If your answer is NO, then you should not go all in. Work and wait for better set of cards instead. Improve the environment.
But if your answer is yes, then you should take all your chips and go all in.
And never look back.
Because of all the words of mice and men, the saddest are, “It might have been.”