How to turn reaction into response?


I wrote a note to myself today.
It’s a note that I’m hesitant to publish.
I’d rather put it to sleep for a while.
I’ll re-visit it in the future.
If it’s still valid, I’ll publish it then.
If not, then I’ll be glad I didn’t publish it today.

Some things, it’s better to sleep over.
Maybe revisit once the dust has settled.

Emotions cause reactions.
Once the dust has settled, you’ll have a response instead.


Twitter: @williamchoukeir

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2 Responses to How to turn reaction into response?

  1. Hanane Kai says:

    I ask for a blog post about how to wait to let the dust settle.I wish emotions are as fast as dust.

  2. Anonymous says:

    You’re right Hanane. Emotions don’t settle as fast as dust. And possibly, the best way to let that dust settle is, inaction.

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