Your thought to ponder for today: a slow read through THE SEER. Day 39. [all material from the book appears in italics]:
In my life to this point I was always perceived as the one who knew what to do. I was always rewarded for knowing what to do. I was taught in school that a good businessperson has a plan and he follows the plan; he knows where he is going and he knows what he is doing. I believed I was a good businessperson. As Virgil wrote, “That’s old-world thinking.” The whole equation has flipped because the river is moving too fast. Have the experience first. Act. And then make meaning. Act. Test. And then Aim. See the patterns.
People who think they know look for problems. People who understand that they do not know see patterns and create.
My business failed. I did not. I learned. I am learning.
When I emailed this to Virgil he told me that the fifth recognition was very close at hand. He said it was a nuance, a subtle addition to the recognitions that have come before. He congratulated me for beginning the process of removing my armor. He wrote:
Virgil: Everyday you get closer and closer to actually seeing.
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