The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Focused on the destination

In a recent conversation, James described his business. It was working well, but he wasn’t satisfied as he perceived it as limited by the existing resources. I suggested bringing that subject to our mastermind group and letting the group ask him questions. But he was stuck between his desire for a solution and his perception of possibilities and was always coming back to his frustration with the current situation.

It made the solution so important to him, that he was finding it hard to open up and think about approaches that wouldn’t deliver an immediate answer. He was working hard to avoid the sense of frustration he was feeling any time he was actually trying to solve the riddle. There seemed to be no answer. By trying to avoid this emotion, he had to focus on the destination, not realizing how it made him blind for the journey.


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