This is the path to simplicity: Everything in its place, everything in its own time. Instead of the convoluted, speculative paths that people often choose, try to seek the simplest solution. This way you avoid inner conflict, for a simple, singular path has no diversity and thus offers little or even nothing to distract you. Then you can remain focused on your goals.
Based on “The Exchanged Children” (Rabbi Nachman’s Stories #11), in Rebbe Nachman and YOU, by Chaim Kramer