Small choices that are very simple is one thought I woke up with, but now I am almost uninterested in writing about it.
One thing about it that he wants to emphasize is this willingness to go into the unknown with little preparation “to see what happens.” I have found that attitude to be most helpful as opposed to thinking that I need to do a whole bunch of stuff “to get ready” for something. I want to include the quote here about “acting from a basic plan is better than not acting from a master plan,” or something like that, I don’t really remember how it goes, but whatever. These small simple choices also support my ability to pursue reckless commitment, and retain flexibility.
P.S. As I was typing this up, I think the quote is more along the lines of “a good plan today is better than a great plan tomorrow.” Which may or may not actually support the idea I was focusing on.