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Reading Between the Lines

The role of pattern recognition in mental wellbeing

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Have you ever been able to predict something before it happens? For example, you are working remotely from the coffee shop du jour when in comes a group of rowdies. They are laughing and talking and flailing their arms about in an act of “someone pay attention to me please,” when you notice sitting on the counter behind one of these…




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Ryan Roghaar

Ryan Roghaar

CEO at R2. Founder at Teammate Apart. Remote work advocate. Consultant. Writer? TBD.

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