This passage on wisdom and consequences reminds me of the importance of systems.
You are setting yourself up for increasing your odds of a future success.
If I do A, B, and C – my future might look more like X.
Or, I might – at least – increase my odds of X.
The opposite is also true.
It’s asking about the potential consequence in everything.
Or said differently: What does this make possible?
One way to define wisdom is the ability to see, into the future, the consequences of your choices in the present. That ability can give you a completely different perspective on what the future might look like.
–Andy Andrews, The Noticer