Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Responsibility, Planning & Control

  • Most people prefer to hand over responsibility for themselves to other people so that they can blame someone else if something goes wrong.
  • When you make a plan and set a goal, your life tends to move towards that point. You become very focused on what you’re trying to achieve and life does too. What happens in this global attempt to reach your goal is that you block out all the other possibilities. 
  • However, sometimes the problem with a plan is that you fill up the blank page of a new day with a to-do list before you get there. And if you’re not careful there’s no room for anything else.
  • The moment you stop trying to control and make things happen, everything just happens quite perfectly without you.

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