The Art of Strategic Non-Action: Learning to go with the Flow by David Tuffley
Approx. 6,980 words.
Published on November 10, 2011 by
Strategic non-action is a powerful yet under-rated method of influencing events. In the West, action is considered a virtue while inaction is little more than laziness or cowardice.
An understanding of strategic non-action gives you access to a deeper intuitive awareness than that gained through action, since knowledge that comes through action is obscured by situation-specific reactions.