I’ve written before about how our brains are wired to forget all that we’ve accomplished and remind us of tasks left undone.
While this is a handy little biological back-up system it also reinforces our human tendency to be forever focused on what more we have to do, the next goal we need to master, the next rung up the (endless) ladder to success.
Over time this can result in a stressful, pressure-filled pace of life. Without ever stopping to reflect we miss out on celebrating what we have achieved and more importantly we miss out on the present moment.
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Forget New Year’s Goals. Try This Instead.