Is it possible that the problem is not anti-commitment but anti- exclusivity? I used to own/lease luxury cars and I did go the whole term. However for many, the cost is too high for the benefit now that you have the flexibility of Uber or Lyft. You can get the variety and meet your transportation objectives for a fraction of the cost.

Most people don’t have problems committing to friends but they would if they were only allowed one. The same applies to the entrepreneur mindset that would die creativity wise if they had to commit to just one client.

People are finally just challenging the cost benefit analysis of monogamous relationships especially when they involve cohabitation. Society has been fed the notion that it’s the holy grail to happiness. It’s not. People want to be happy.

Author - The Social Currency (Blockchain/FinTech) | CEO virtualdeveloper.com, LLC a Microsoft Managed Partner. Blockchain | Azure Cloud | Records Management .

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