No more hesitating…

My way to work is via Bank on the Northern line.  From Golders Green, there’s also the option via Charing Cross, yet this would involve switching at Camden or Euston to get back on the Bank line.  Now whoever knows about London tube services knows that sometimes this information isn’t always available so guys tend to always end up switching tubes.  Now I always wait for some form of confirmation either from nearby conversations, the station notices or passengers in the Tube.  As I’m sure you can imagine, I’’m not fond of switching; smooth rides are best.   Yet the other morning, I was rushing to get on the tube and didn’t bother waiting to figure out if it was the right one!  It just happened that I got on the Bank branch, didn’t have to change later down the line and got to work on time.  I was thinking about this en route and realized a measure of hesitation and second guessing on my part.  I believe we tend to do this thanks to our logical brains and analytical senses.  Sometimes, this may not be necessary and a free, open and unplanned approach may be better; it all depends on the situation.

I would love to hear any feedback, suggestions or stories about your own journey…

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