The problem with always trying to “make things work” is, well… it starts to feel like work — and who wants that? If we label the process as work from the outset we may be unknowingly hindering our enthusiasm and creativity to accomplish the goal.
Most people say they want “freedom,” but if forced to be more specific, the word ‘convenience’ would be an important part of that definition. After all, doesn’t freedom mean doing what we want, when we want? That, my friend, is also known as convenience.
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