The lazy scaredy cat that is your brain

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Have you ever been forced to change a password you use frequently only to enter the old password at the very next opportunity? You make a second attempt, doing so just as quickly as before, only to make exactly the same mistake again; it’s like your fingers have taken over without thinking. Only when you slow down do you get it right. When we do something over and over it becomes easier. I think of this process as…

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An ocean loving, tea drinking nomad. Curiosity can elevate us above our wiring.

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