How to Stop Being a Robot

Getting our mind off autopilot

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It’s no surprise that the more present you start to become the more often you’ll notice when you slip back into autopilot.

You can even feel it happen around the same time of day if you pay attention.

It’s easy to let our mind flip on cruise control while we’re making food or brushing our teeth or getting dressed for…

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Scott Leonardi

Scott Leonardi

Paddling into the alphabet ocean, lookin’ to be a true scuba. Writer of stories, screenplays, poetry and more. All found at mossmansupreme.com

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