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Year end, time for ‘brain surgery’


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It’s a good time to take stock of our ‘thought baggage’ and do some spring cleaning. Why? As knowledge workers, think of how we earn a living. Whatever your job, be it CEO or management trainee, there are only four types of activities that we can perform (and that we get paid for) i.e. think, listen, talk and write. The latter three are where we tend to spend most of our time, but our thinking is what has the most influence on these. So, it’s time to think about how we think. It’s time to cleanse out negative thoughts, shed unproductive excess thoughts (cluttering our thinking) and ‘rewire’ our thoughts for the New Year.  

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