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Never mind what you don’t want

Your brain doesn’t understand “no”. Your energy goes where your attention goes.   Try this: DON’T think of a giraffe.  (We both know what just happened.)

Business clients give us lists of what they don’t want.  When life presents a problem or a decision, we often consider what we don’t want to happen, to deal with, or to feel anymore.

Here’s a better question that bulldozes negative thoughts:  “What would be ideal?”

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