Interesting question - it would need to be "what ever I wanted to do at a time"
There is a decision making threory stat-iods use for business decision making: Min - min (minimum investment min reutrn = doing somethign because you have to or you are experimenting)
Mini - max (minimum invetment for maximum return... buying shares and wanting them to grow)
Maxi - min (maximum investment for minimal outcome - trying to kill a bad news story)
Maxi - max (maximum investment maximum return - cashing in your chips - making as much money as possible - not for the risk averse)
Finally, is the decision making of Lease Possible Regret, which is kinda where your question lies...
Personally I almost always make decisions on least possible regret... I don't know if it's an ENTP thing or just me, but I do know I hate to miss out on an opporunity of feel I've been too chicken to make something happen.
Because I live prediminantly with Least Possible Regret (I very rairely see I have anythign to lose), I don't have a burning - want to go sky diving, I'd do it. Hence if in that situation, which is most of my life, then I do what I want at the time
Never work for money again; volunteer my time
Visit remote lands around the world and live amongst the people
Party every night
Live in an RV and travel the country
Give away my house and car
Stare at the sun
Jump from one roof top to the next on high rise buildings
Eat everything that looks and smells good without worrying about it's contents
There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?