Do you have a tendency to crash and burn? Or do you sometimes procrastinate and struggle to get going?
Neither of course is sustainable. Nor desirable or necessary either.
The seedling that grows too quickly develops a weakened stem that won’t support the weight of it’s bloom.
The bulb that lies dormant in the earth never gets to see the light of day.
But the mighty oak tree that grows organically can stand tall for hundreds of years. Because it has structure and solid foundations.
There are patterns and structures in the natural world that support organic growth. And one of the most common perhaps is the spiral shape, often referred to as the Fibonacci sequence.
We can see it in the picture above, in the shell of a snail or the shape of a pine cone.
And when we learn to adopt this same structure ourselves we can create more sustainably and more effortlessly too.
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