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    November 23, 2016 at 11:15 am

    Love the Happy Gilmore reference!

    Can you comment about how this jives with the Rapid Recovery Training from the Resilience Module? It says we should we invoke our recovery queue whenever we make a mistake to keep on track, e.g. saying “Keep going”. When we do this, wouldn’t that be a brief break in attention? Or are we supposed to get to the point where we don’t even need a recovery queue and our mind “naturally” focuses on the right things regardless of mistakes?

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