There are things n needs to learn and I just can’t teach her. Like what you taught o.
Guess that’s my kinky thought of the day.
Back to yesterday.
This book is little, cover to cover is a half hour read, tops.
The law of detachment. This isn’t changing to a lack of goals or an I don’t care attitude, but it’s an acceptance of uncertainty. You lay the ground work to suceed, and if you accept uncertainty (remain detached) you won’t feel compelled to force solutions on problems. It allows you to stay alert and focused and to grab opportunities as they arise.
To me its more detached involvement. I over think things and tire myself thinking of every possible solution. I invest too much energy in this. What I’m going to try to do is what I really was hired to do at work. Gather the requirements and stop trying to solution.
So according to my little book this is what I should do:
Practice detached involvement. Stay alert to the opportunity within every problem by letting go of my idea of how things should be.
Accept uncertainty as an essential part of my experience. In willingness to accept uncertainty solutions will spontaneously appear.
Remail open to all possibilities and enjoy every moment in the journey of my life.
See detaching isn’t not caring, but caring enough to allow things to work themselves out.