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… Think of it like math. Most people hate math growing up. There is a given problem and we all think- oh no! Problem! But the answer to this problem is a given solution set that teaches us about the nature of this query and it teaches us how to come to a solution for this problem. Once solved, not only is the problem over, we also have learned how to solve similar problems to it! Imagine that- we actually develop a skill set that renders us more efficient at this kind of problem- we are a problem solver!
As we get better and better, we move to higher math and more complicated “problems”. So, back to your life- once you crack the code and learn how to get things done, the next thing gets easier and easier. The path to mastery starts with baby steps and, the solution set I put to you, hides in our relationship with time. Learn to adjust your expectations of yourself in time and you can do anything. This is what we see when a master performs a task effortlessly. It is a state of complete relaxation- effortless action. How we get there is (more…)