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You might wonder, what does forgiveness have to do with clutter or decluttering.
Well turns out a lot but that's not the only topic we are discussing. Dr. Julie Leto has extensive Neuro-Strategic training and learned from her research that a majority of our actions are automated and that becoming aware and changing these is key to transforming lives for the better.
Habits play a big part in dealing with clutter and keeping it from creeping back in, as we saw on previous episodes.
Forgiveness comes in where Julie says, not forgiving someone or oneself is actually cluttering up our brain.
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earned her doctorate in Educational Psychology from the University of Southern California and she is an expert in cognitive load which means, how our brain handles quantities of input which is an area more important than ever in our hyper-connected, always-on, electronic world.
She has also extensive Neuro-Strategic training and learned from her research that a majority of our actions are automated and that becoming aware and changing these is key to transforming lives for the better.
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