This tangle starts with no particular
preference, other than to complete the work. "I don't really care HOW you
do it, as long as it gets done." "Let's not complicate this with a lot
of unnecessary specification." There is nothing on the surface wrong with
these wishes. Seen more deeply, they suggest someone who has the stomach
for having completed the project, not for completing it. There is always
a huge difference between these two.
Forcing spontaneity is a fruitless effort. Every response to the "Just
Do It!" direction strips its freshness. Every part of every work effort
will inconvenience some and satisfy others. Believing we are supposed to
"Just Do It," powerfully tangles us. Mentioning complications can help.