I’ve found two extremes in my reflections: big moments to think about big things and little moments to think about small things.
In the top-down approach of big moments, I can face more high-level and philosophical questions concerning mainly the Why and the What.
In bottom-up moments, when I am focusing on a specific thing I am devoting my attention to the execution of tasks or their thorough explanation.
Those two extremes create fertile creative tensions between them. By going back and forth between the micro and the macro I have more occasions to make connections and to have a deeper and broader view of things.