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Sep 12, 2004



Jonah also shows that when we listen and act the result may not be what we expected. The point is made that we should not judge the result by our expectations, but embrace the (beter then expected) result, whatever it maybe; even if we are proven wrong by it.

Evelyn Rodriguez

Gideon, Great observation. I have noticed that my fixed image of the direction that things (i.e. including my life or my career) ought to go is often pretty wrong and usually pretty limiting. Part of creativity - and I mean that in the broadest sense - is our capacity to let go of the urge to control everything and be open to possibility. As an engineer by training, letting go of urge to control hasn't come to me easily. But the results have been well worth it (beyond anything I could have anticipated).

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