Sunday, January 20, 2013

Getting Things Moving in the Right Direction

Motion organizes and creates order.

Once you start moving, creating and poking around at the problem, all things tend to their equilibrium, find their perfect place in the universe and conspire towards some unifying geometrical situation.

Or so says the quantum physics theory of gravitational order.

Innovators have no choice but to make up everything, because most of what they’re doing has never been done before. So they jolt themselves into the middle of the problem. And after a few days of complete immersion in a new world, they start to notice some pretty interesting things.

Turns out, when you commit to the frightening work of flying blind, believing with unshakeable faith that there will always be something in the box, the universe doesn’t disappoint. Life rewards action, not ideas.

Because it’s not about getting things right.

It’s about getting things moving in the right direction.