I am doing it again.
“If I do it,” I tell myself; there is comfort in a plan B. I know myself now, or at least, a bit more than I did the first time.
And what I’ve learned is that I am the kind of person that needs to understand there is a way out before she goes in. So that whatever I do is a choice. It minimizes my natural tendency to want to bolt. After years of trying to fix me, I’ve finally just embraced this idiosyncrasy, and so far, this strategy seems to work….
Simple, clear purpose and principles give rise to complex and intelligent behavior. Complex rules and regulations give rise to simple and stupid behavior. – Dee Hock
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