Giving up hope can be the start of a new direction
Stress is often closely connected to feeling a lack of time, in ways that can seem so simple and yet so hard to understand
Some interfere when they see others do things they disagree with, others just keep to their own reality and needs, as if wearing dog head protective collars - Keeping reality to themselves
For some it is the quick answer no matter what the situation, and in a crises, some are really fine - Others just plan to fake it till they make it
It is a different strategy than most people use when challenges fill the horisont, and it feels like we are on a steep cliff without hope
Two ways of organizing, one is the search chain, where everybody holds hands and creates the chain together, the other is the “follow the leader” or expert situation where people form a line, walking after each other
Pole sitting is not only something people do to compete and protest, it is also about psychology... with people staying up on their pole for years, testing themselves, and sometimes everybody else around them too.
One of the classic strategies - cutting yourself of from retreat and starting (again) from where you stand
Preparation can get us far, but sooner or later we get to a place where it is more a question if we dare take the next step
There are decisions and challenges you can sleep on and others where you have to act fast. Knowing what is what is a good thing
Our thoughts often change in seconds, keeping a direction over long distances with our feet, can be hard
Some use a water can to carry their resources to make the most of them, while others try hard again and again every month, to fill their basket
The feeling of working hard day by day, and not getting anywhere can be a very frustrating feeling often described with the hamster wheel metaphor
From optimizing resources to finding the easiest way out, there are many ways and understandings of why and how to "cut corners"