The real lesson is that you need to be aware of the mental barriers that keep you from doing what you know will improve your life so that you can actively find solutions.
The “I Don’t Feel Like It” Fallacy
Darya Rose, Ph.D

This is a key idea — getting to the root of something, identifying the primary core source — I find the point of this article a grand over-arching outlook and exhortation for problem-solving regarding myriad issues (business, health and wellness, education, social justice, family, society and so much more). Seek what is systemic while seemingly invisible. (Think infrastructure.) The success of EFT is a prime example. Dig deep while thinking outside the box. Inner and outer space as complementarily coexistent. Inventions, even: Design Thinking, embracing simplicity with empathetic overtones to yield elegant solutions!

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