The Art of Moving Slowly (and the Science of Telegraphing Your Moves Ahead of Time)

In this congested world, there is no want of action or actors. It would seem that planning and patience are very much prized.  Some mught say that acting strtiWith enough creative coordination, almost anything is possible.  hers. Realizing that thal this may seem a little fatalistic, it's meant to be more spiritual and zan; but if one moves slowly and methodically, stuff just seems to get moved out of the way.

I think that if the laconic pace is telegraphed and ensconced in a consistent pattern, others readily adjust their actions accordingly.  I am reminded of that ancient eastern warning, 'you moved to soon;' so, I never do.  Moving without thinking is too reminiscent of the groupthink intrinsic in socialism.

Exemplari gratis; it's much more polite to arrive at a party fashionably late than to arrive during setup. 'ff one acts early, there's good chance he'll get in the way.

I was taught to 'Tell 'em what you're gonna tell 'em, tell 'em, then tell 'em what you told 'em.'

It's quite declase to always rely on shock and surprise to be impactful.

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