They looked so good in the store. Wearing them a while, how do we feel about our choices? How does our choice look now? Like that comfy old sweater we love to inhabit?
When something does (or doesn’t) feel right, how do we know? Right away? Does it take longer to know for sure? We all have things languishing in closets. Absolutely loved them when we brought them home. When we pick people. Or they pick us, how do we know, how do they know?
Q. when we pick people, teams, projects – how do we know which connections just fit, how do we know, and how do we tell them from ones that never could?
A: clues, cues, win or lose, we know
Just the way we know about old sweaters we never throw away …
written / published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 11C/51F, light clouds lit from below by city lights, pavement damp – even some puddles – from overnight rain I never heard, rabbit teasing Gusta distractions, warmer. Nice. Comfortable.
Couldn’t agree more that our non-conscious mind works faster than we can think aloud. Always working? Less interruptions? – LH – Lethbridge, AB
Today’s note very appropriate. I say the above re my current struggles to make personal changes. Thank you for this and many other morning messages. I do not read your words every day but from what I get when I do I realize that I should. A good day to you, CD, Toronto, ON
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