Power comes in the form of simplicity, but not at the expense of the firm foundation for truth.
Simplicity is a pleasant flow of vulnerable strength. It has nothing to hide as there’s no deceit in it.
Whenever we attempt to keep things simple we tend to stand for blessing because it’s only the truly important things that are getting through and being done.
The paradox of simplicity, however, is discipline. This is diligence.
We mustn’t negate the vital issues or we’ll appear uncaring, negligent.
Power comes into the life of the person being diligently simple in their approach.
If things are chaotic, give it a try.
Do one thing at a time. Create a plan and work that plan. Review it regularly, but make only simple changes to it. Resolve it confidently. Enjoy little successes as they come.
Keep it simple. Enjoy the power.
© 2011 S. J. Wickham.