What would you do if you were swimming and saw a big white shark a few meters ahead? Most of us, honestly, would instinctively yell, and quickly swim to the boat. But the shark would feel it, and it would be a very unpleasant meeting. So, what to do?
Kimi Werner, hawaiian, tells her life experience to suggest how sometimes you should slow down, in order to speed up. This apparent paradox requires a greater endeavour than the rush at breakneck speed we are used to, but the results are much more effective.
Learn to slow down, to “swim” besides difficulties and the unforeseen, to ponder them with spirit of cooperation with those around us. This is the key to overcome the crisis of our days and to turn adversity in a precious opportunity.