It simply means that when we let go of attachment to outcome, be easy on ourselves rather than striving and fighting all of the time then it’s a useful reminder that “good enough” is pretty much always good enough. I don’t mean not caring, or even doing nothing (I know I have been productive this week) but that to slow down once in a while often results in faster progress…faster progress with the important things.
I have read and heard lots of well intended advice recently for dental business owners. Lot’s of “should, need and must” but I have also seen lots of burnout recently too.
Racing and hunting make one wild in the heart Lau Tzu
Give yourself permission to have an average week.