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Survive vs. Thrive

Our two million year old brain is designed to keep us safe – a useful default mental state for cavemen/women.

But at this point in our evolution there are more positive alternatives than a software that incessantly scans our environment asking “what could go wrong?”

We grow and thrive when it becomes a habit to incorporate alternatives like “what most excites me?” or “how can I do work that matters?”

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