In video games, there’s a concept called “God-mode”, a cheat code that gives your character unlimited money, unlimited powers, max health, no restrictions.
And without exception, “God-mode” ruins the game.
At first, it’s fun to run around as an omnipotent being, breezing through the game without obstacles. But soon, you realize that having no obstacles means no fun.
The hook of a good video game comes from being given a limited set of resources and having to find a Win scenario.
See also: life.
Don’t go looking for your real-life version of “God-mode.” Don’t try to fill your life with more money, power, or possessions, and don’t avoid challenges. Crossing to the other side of difficult challenges and making the most of constraints can smooth the rough edges of life.
Start that company. Finish that book. Revel in your constraints and learn from them. Solve big problems, and enjoy the game.