Some people say “If you’re bored, it’s you.” This thinking is too simplistic.
Why? You being bored is about the proximity of your situation. There are many different elements and relationships in the proximity of your situation. Follow the links in the last sentence to decode it.
So, a better way to say “If you’re bored, it’s you,” would be “If you’re bored, change elements, relationships and the proximity to better relate to each other.” This is an alternate formulation of the Core Idea of ProxThink.
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