Have you ever walked into a room—specifically to do something—and then forgot why you entered the room in the first place? Most of us have had it happen at one time or another.
Why does it happen?
In this next video, you’ll discover the answer . . . and, chances are, it’s not the reason you think!
I’d love to hear from you!
Think back to a time when you forgot why you entered a room.
In the comment section here, tell us: What did you say to yourself in the past when you forgot why you entered a room. Did your automatic thoughts go something like this: I’m so forgetful. I’m getting old! Or was it something else?
Also, how will you experience it differently now knowing it’s merely an “event boundary”?
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