"Doing less" is a phrase that most makes me think of my one (AND ONLY) snowboarding lesson. The instructor said I was going to have to "lean downhill". And that seemed like CRAZY TALK to a prairie girl who is awfully happy on flat land.
But it worked. You lean downhill and the mechanics take over and the edges happen like they are supposed to. Kind of like the "DO LESS" motto. It's hard to agree with your brain that "doing less" is not the same as saying "I can't do it". Like "leaning downhill" is not agreeing to high speed mountain death.
Today: I'm going to delegate some things so that I can concentrate on the bear I call Harold. I kind of feel like he's the guardian of my creative spirit right now... and by guardian - I probably mean more like a gargoyle. I CAN'T GET PAST HIM - and I can't figure it out. I can't make him do what I want and I WANT TO. And I know that I can. I'm going to hit this one until I win.
Back to it. GO!