What does your brain find interesting? Understanding the answer is important because this understanding can help us take action.
Here’s a little story that demonstrates the importance of this question.
I have a client who loves the way his refrigerator functions: things flow easily in and out, the space is flexible, spills are easy to spot and clean. He loves to put things in and get things out.
On the other hand, he hates the way the dishes pile up. This contrast made him wonder if there was a way to make the dishes more like the contents of the fridge.
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