Can't see the Forest for the Trees
Last Update: Nov 11, 2022
Sometimes you "can't see the forest for the trees". We have all had these moments. Some of our experiences of not seeing the forest for the trees may have been that we were overseeing the details in a situation because we were so consumed with the totality of it, or it could have been that we couldn't see a situation for what it really was, instead we got lost in the details, and lost perspective or focus on the bigger issue. In short, we can get blinded by the situation we are fully involved in.
In this day-to-day life, there will always be issues needing immediate attention. These issues are designed to take all your time and energy, making it hard for you to focus on the larger problems which are causing the smaller ones or hinder you from focusing on any projects, tasks, goals, and activities you have in mind. In this particular situation, I am being bombarded with all the details of moving - packing, cleaning, scheduling and transferring services, unpacking, setting up, and so on, and so on. I have not been able to focus on my online business.
In conclusion, I can say this, I am almost there, I am beginning to see the light shining through the very tall trees, with large vines that cling around the trunks, green foliage covering the ground for miles - I think in two weeks, I will be seeing a tropical forest. What type of forest will you be seeing after you get done looking at the trees?
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