Tuesday, November 15, 2020
In "Stopping: How to Be Still When You Have to Keep Going," Dr. David Kundtz sets out a different approach to coping with too much to do and too little time to do it.
He defines Stopping as:
"Stopping is doing nothing as much as possible, for a definite period of time (one second to one month) for the purpose of becoming more fully awake and remembering who you are."Its purpose is to ensure you move in the direction you want to go and replaces compulsion and obsession in your life. It's a technique designed for people who have to cope with pace and stress, but don't want to lose their health and their minds as a result. It's worth trying.
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