As soon as you invest funds, you create an attachment to a positive return on investment, ROI. Ideally, you maximize growth with the least amount of input. For many, emotional investments work in a similar way.
What is it that makes you invest emotionally, especially when the desired outcome is never guaranteed or may be utterly unexpected? With so much at stake, should you be more careful about exposing your heart? So you play it small. You invest nothing, you get nothing.
But what if you get to change the rules? What if you invested with no expectation of an ROI? What is the attachment? Where is the freedom?
There is untold strength in risking vulnerability.
Just putting the concept out there and seeing where it lands. What’s coming up for you?