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“I tell him getting stuck is the commonest trouble of all. Usually, I say, your mind gets stuck when you’re trying to do too many things at once. What you have to do is try not to force words to come. That just gets you more stuck. What you have to do now is separate out the things and do them one at a time. You’re trying to think of what to say and what to say first at the same time and that’s too hard. So separate them out. Just make a list of all the things you want to say in any old order. Then later we’ll figure out the right order. (Pirsig 271)”

Excerpt From:
CK-12 Foundation. “The Glyfada Method (Being Reviewed).”
CK-12 Foundation.
iBooks.

From Wikipedia

Roberts M. Pirsig
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Genres
Philosophical fiction

Notable work(s)
Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance (1974),
Lila: An Inquiry into Morals (1991)

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