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Your Goals As Waveform

Your Goals As Waveform

Graham English is THINKING. There must be smoke coming from between his ears, because he’s really nailed a homerun with this piece about comparing one’s goals to musical waves. This isn’t a browse-and-run article. Set aside some time. Stick it in del.icio.us under followup and reading. But really, give this a view.

A wave is a disturbance. It is an interruption of space. So everything is just perfect until you get an idea that competes with the pre-existing emptiness for your attention. And this disturbance propagates through space, often transferring energy. So now this little disturbance has not only reproduced and spread, but has moved energy.

If you follow through this article, I nearly guarantee that you’ll come out the other side with something to mentally chew on.

Your Goals as Waveform – [Graham English]

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Last Updated on August 26, 2019

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