My Vision - Part 2 of 3 - Master Flow & Ease

My Vision - Part 2 of 3 - Master Flow & Ease

Achieving great results doesn't have to be a difficult or stressful process. In fact, when we're in a state of flow, we can accomplish more with ease and grace than we ever could through sheer force and effort.

In Bob Proctor’s book You2, he tells a story about a fly that perfectly illustrates this principle. The fly is trying to escape through a closed window, and it keeps hitting its head against the glass, trying to force its way through. But no matter how hard it tries, it can't seem to break through the barrier. Little does the fly know, if they were to turn around they would see an open door behind them.

By letting go of its attachment to a particular outcome, and by trusting in the flow of life, the fly could have achieved their goal with flow and ease.  But alas, the fly was not so wise and died a horrible death trying to get out the window.

This story holds an important lesson for us as leaders and professionals. When we're too focused on forcing our way through obstacles, we can easily become frustrated, burnt out, and stuck in a state of struggle. But when we approach our goals with a sense of flow and ease, we open ourselves up to new possibilities and opportunities. Grit is perseverance for long-term goals, but grit requires an open mind. There is always an easier way to accomplish a task.

Ultimately, achieving great results requires a balance between effort and surrender. We must work hard and take action toward our goals, but we must also surrender to the natural flow of life and trust that the Universe will guide us toward our highest good. By doing so, we can achieve our goals with flow and ease.

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