Some of the principles…
Bottom up approach:
A fundamental principle is at work here. All of us, personally and organizationally, may be unconsciously holding back new and better things from ourselves because we feel that we won’t be able to handle them successfully or sufficiently. Most of us think that we want MORE of many things. More money, more clients, more responsibility, more fun, more time. But do we really? I’ve learned that when I consciously want is only a fraction of what directs my creative energies. .. I didn’t recognize them in the moment; and even if I did, I found subtle ways to push them away.
too much of organizing?
Uncaptured, unclarified and therefore unmanaged things that you have agreed to won a piece of you and give you no rest. Naming your stuff gives you power over it. The best and most productive way to do your work is to be its master and not its slave.
Seeing yourself doing it…
Your brain’s pattern-recognition mechanism is triggered by the images you identify with and the focus you hold. You see the outcome first, and then you are consciously made conscious of information. Whether it’s how to catch a ball, create a company, or care for your parents, the vision come first. If you won’t see yourself having or doing something until you see how to do it, you’ll never recognise the methods, though hey are all around you. Notice what you notice and how you make that happen.
form and functions… inner partnership: