‘Lisa has what I call an overload problem. Overload problems are when issues occur not because of having too little, but because of having too much.’*
Perhaps stuckness isn’t no movement but slow movement.
Instead of needing more, we have too much.
Then the best thing we can do is show up and curate: what do we need, what do we not need?
‘No, the jumping frogs aren’t merely and unfortunate hassle for the frog trainer. They are, in fact, the entire point.’**