Rhythm builds thoughtlessness. Work can become more natural out of mechanical motion, a kind of doing without thinking.
Employees can’t make one hundred sandwiches in a couple hours without silencing the monkey mind. The process of unthinking begets a chorus of action.
Similarly, we can’t dribble a basketball nor soccer ball effectively while focusing on the mechanics of the perfect touch. The gears of cognition get in the way of flow. Continued practice helps numb the disease of crippling doubt.
Habits are bicep curls for the brain
Good habits strengthen human software, primarily if we aim to do something consistently.
Like brushing our teeth, it’s the repetitive locomotion that undermines inertia and compels one to keep connecting the chain.
We can get used to being productive if we choose to make practice non-negotiable. All such preparation helps plow the field.