What are you doing…
…that’s not on auto?
Next question is, why is it not on auto?
Sure, there’s some stuff that you’d like to reserve for manual. That’s absolutely fine.
Not on purpose?
Meaning you want it to be on auto, but haven’t done so?
Meaning, why are you not using that one big benefit of the twenty-first century – to your benefit?
Couldn’t care less?
In a rut?
Bottomline is, you’re losing out.
You’re losing out on…
…sense of fulfilment…
…sense of purpose…
…and what have you.
You can also start figuring out for yourself how you are losing out on these things amongst other stuff. No spoon-feeding here.
Automation is the minimal requirement of our times.
Automation requires transcending an activation barrier.
This is a one-time input, before the concerned process goes on auto.
This is also the step which makes many lose interest in going auto.
Well, from nothing comes nothing.
You will have to put in that time and energy for the one-time input that pushes the process into auto-mode.
There is no way around it.
However, each time you’ve gone auto, you’ll get a huge sense of accomplishment.
You’ll want to recreate that feeling again and again and again.
You’ll want to put more and more stuff on auto.
With so much of auto stuff adding to you from the background, your life will become fuller. More enjoyable. More time to pursue whatever you wish to pursue. More time to be…