First, here’s a question for you: How do you define “automatic” when it comes to your world?
Something that makes you actually reach out for the virtual ‘easy button’…
Let me present you some very obvious scenarios…
When you turn on your heat at home, you don’t need to study the manual on how my furnace works, right? Someone has already taken care of those details.
What you start my car in the morning, you clearly don’t have to review the mechanics of the internal combustion engine in order to get going, correct? You just press the button or turn the key and go.
Otherwise you’re talking about a serious waste of time.
If you decide to grill up some grass-fed burgers, you’re not about to mentally start reviewing the digestive process and listing out the enzymes that are released while you chew. (Well the majority of you won’t anyway.;)
You’re more than likely just going to enjoy the burger, and subconsciously understand that all these other things are in place.
It’s all automatic. Done.
You probably use systems or other automated “stuff” every day…much more than you realize.
What if you had to go to a different supermarket for food shopping every week? You didn’t know where the various section were. How the aisles were arranged. Nothing.
You had no idea what the quickest route was to get the job done without spending all day there…
And you had to ask everyone where nearly EVERY item on your list was…
How frustrating would THAT be?!
Because whenever you go to your regular supermarket, you have it down. Virtually every item on your list is burned into your brain. You follow your pattern – with minor exceptions – and get the heck out of there.
You’ve got your own little system…Easy.