It’s Monday, and Dallas is back to kickstart the week with a brand-new episode of the Daily Drip.
Have you ever looked at the water flowing from a tap in a perfectly cylindrical shape, giving the illusion of a solid? This effect is called laminar flow – a lack of friction causing the fluid to move smoothly and, consequently, fastly. The more friction you have, the more disrupted the flow gets.
Life is quite similar: it ebbs and flows like a river facing friction in the course and finding its way to the sea, i.e., its goal. Friction can cause you to stray from your aim, but you have to be confident and strong-willed to navigate your path despite the turbulence.
Slow is smooth; smooth is fast.
To achieve a smooth flow of things in your life, you must regularly eliminate unnecessary distractions and check yourself from creating friction. It is natural to fall into the trap of hasty, hurried decisions because the pressure on you can be daunting sometimes, but you have to learn to keep a cool mind and think before you act.
Listen to Dallas as he explains this phenomenon with a wonderful example. You certainly don’t want to miss it!