The things that resonate.

Not everything resonates. In fact, anti-resonance is a real thing. The hyphen in it is debatable of course.

However, when things resonate, it’s easy to want to find more ways to increase that. To scale it. Taking a page from physics, the problem here of course lies with the fact that resonance is associated with specific frequencies.

A lunch out with a customer may resonate every month or two. It may not be appreciated if offered daily.

A check in with a teammate for help may resonate every day or two, but checking in hourly may be an irritation.

A visit from your five year old during work to show you something might resonate a minute or two of every hour to break up the day, but a check-in every five minutes may test your patience.

Finding the correct frequency is part of resonating, not just the act that produces the result.