This word has been echoing in my head for the past few years. I have brought this word up on multiple occasions and typically those that I share it with do not know its definition. It is unfortunate, but not surprising in our culture that we are not very familiar with this word.
I am reading a book called “The War of Art” right now and if you haven’t read it you should. The main idea revolves around “Resistance” which is anything that prevents us from doing the work we feel called to do. It’s a repelling, distracting, negative energy that each of us has to face if we are to ever put anything of value out into the world.
If you are on the Infinite Loop, you will find yourself wanting to give back, to develop others and to create spaces where others can join you on the Infinite Loop. This is what makes the infinite loop so generative, it begins to replicate itself in others, compounding the potential for creativity in the future.
I am always looking for a thread. Always trying to curate an underlying principle, framework, or metaphor that can help me navigate life or business a little bit better. I think one of the most important threads I have stumbled upon is the “Transcendentals.”