Do you know how these series get us hooked and cause us to binge-watch? It’s because they end each episode with a cliffhanger that leaves your brain wanting to know and figure out what will happen next. And so you keep watching one episode after another until you’ve binge-watched the series.
In this same way, our life can be a series of cliffhangers but these cliffhangers keep us living our past, watching what we did, didn’t do, or could have done rather than creating new things. Essentially we are binge-watching our lower brain.
This is keeping us from creating epic shit be we get to decide how we interrupt this pattern. We can start creating, directing, and editing our life in the direction we want it to go. Listen in to learn how.
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EP. 37 Worry Window – https://breakthroughwithbrig.podbean.com/e/ep-37-worry-window/
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