Autopilot, why do we do it?


How often do we stop and ask ourselves why we do what we do each day?

The things that we habitually do, the routines that we have, do we stop and question it?

I am not talking about why do we brush our teeth, however, there a great number of things that we do at home or work each day, that we do on autopilot.

We have much of our lives on autopilot, why not switch it off and try flying by instinct and perhaps take a different route. After all, it might turn up some real surprises that we glide past every day without noticing.

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