Point, click, done. Take out trash. Switch lanes. Open a file. Close a book.
Tune in. Turn off. Turn right …
So quickly. Memories of younger lithe times, snap judgements, frenetic actions – well, and sometimes painfully, remembered. Haste DOES make waste. Sometimes. Just as often, memories of quick action, seizing the moment – causing great results.
Energized, motivated, in-gear – most things are speedy – moving in tandem with our own high speed.
So how do we explain projects languishing, files and piles sitting ‘on ignore’ far from the rear-most burner?
Does ‘not acting’ mean laziness, deep thought, not convinced?
More a matter to triage of priorities in my non-conscious brain. I’m not thinking ‘sit on this’, but I trust a lot of things to my quieter side having some reason for going slow.
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