Monday, 10 February 2014
It's just funny that paying attention to details can be time-wasting. In a TedX video, Cobhams Asuquo said sight can be a distraction. I quite agree with him. When you see too much, you feed our mind with all sorts of information and this permeates your thoughts, choices and life. Some details are just not worth our attention. Some people/actions are not worth our reaction.
Perfect the skill of ignoring every unnecessary detail. But you first need identify what matters so that you can ignore the rest. Identify key details and pay attention to them. Afterwards, feel free to let your hair down. Look the other way. Turn the other cheek. Look ahead and get going. Ignore that flimsy detail.
Ignore that detail.