As counterintuitive as it sounds, a fast-paced world requires doing less and being more. Just to maintain any sense of equilibrium and stability requires first acknowledging our current pace of change and unease. The demands on our mind’s “affective life” today are akin to demands on our physical life in the Agrarian or Industrial Ages. Our current level of mental complexity requires more than tweaking around the edges by adding more apps, coping better with new tools, or taking more or longer vacations.
We are not seeking to become more efficient or effective with the quantity of output. Ours is an inquiry DOWNLOAD PDF