“Knowing is not enough, we must apply. Willing is not enough, we must do.” ~Bruce Lee
We live in a world where information is literally at our fingertips, twenty-four hours a day, every day. As wonderful as this can be, it can also lead to a number of challenges.
With so much information available to us it can be difficult to know which way is up.
The more we read, the more confused we become.
One source makes a logical argument for one way to do something. Then we read a completely opposing view that is backed by another logical sounding theory.
This can lead to us freezing. Like a sprinter waiting too long in the blocks for the gun to go off, we have lost the ability to react. We have lost the ability to go.
Too Many Choices Can Lead to No Choice
Too many options and choices laid out in front of us can lead to a strange problem where we struggle to make any choice at all.
What should be a positive suddenly turns to a negative. We’re worried that choosing means we miss out on something else. Or that our choice will not be the perfect choice.
The floodgates of information can cause their own form of addictive behavior. We have become attracted to distracted. Constantly checking for updates and new information. Obs…