When you have three extra credit hours that you can fill with any class.
When you add a plant to your garden.
When you give a TED talk.
When you give any talk.
When you pick a route to bike home.
When you ask a question to someone who gets interviewed all the time.
When you pick someone to interview.
When you say hello to someone.
When you decide how to spend your summer.
When you invite someone to the dance.
When you listen to music.
When you move to a different place.
When you pick an outfit.
When you decide what to draw.
Sometimes you want a reliable product that works. If I were a manager at McDonald’s choosing who to hire as a cook, I would pick someone that has similar experience and is ready to follow instructions.
Sometimes, the long term is better if right now you choose the thing that works worse but makes you grow more. Right now a long distance relationship isn’t working as well as a same-building relationship did, but it is differenter and harder. Right now arch linux isn’t working as well for me as ubuntu was, but I’m learning.