How many times did we get away with an opportunity we had to take on the fly? And how often do we fail to achieve our goals and even plan our work by losing our urgency?
Too many times.
It seems to be an easy solution, but that's not right. We live in the world of super productivity and multitasking and stop to write a list of priorities and respect it becomes increasingly difficult but failing to do so often we could lose that 20% of activities that produce 80% of our result, whatever it is.
Just as in the drawing above we should occasionally stop and work on the "important things" that seem less urgent, but after that they will make a lot of time and make less effort: what if we put round wheels rather than square ones?
They have become accustomed to a life of conditioning that "the real man" is the one who struggles and produces without stopping and never stopping: one with the balls! He never stops thinking, "how could I change my job to improve my efficiency?" Or "who could help me by delegating part of my job and my responsibility?"
One way to put round wheels is also to learn to listen to oneself, their intuition, that highly creative form of intelligence that never works on the command but seems to come to us from not knowing where but still arriving! As? With relaxation and not always with concentration even though the two things are not necessarily antagonistic.
If we assimilate this concept and report it in our lives it could also extend it by thinking back to all the actions we do every day virtually in an "autonomous" way or without awareness. Are we sure that all we are doing is ours? Are we giving the best of ourselves or not even the semblance? Did we really choose our life or "have we been built around" by someone else?
They are fundamental questions that each of us could analyze simply by meditating on the question itself, without any stress to arrive at a response and letting the mind break out on its own until it goes out ... you will find strange to find that the answer sometimes comes right at that time and it is so obvious! It's called intuition, this stranger!
The basis of every innovation, every discovery or beginning of every vision that goes beyond normal thinking and makes us evolve into something better ... in short, the basis for every beginning.
We have the choice: we can continue to transport with the square wheels with a lot of effort or stop for a moment and give the crazy one who is seeing those strange round things ... to you the choice.