Comfortably Complacent (Episode 277)

This episode discusses how easy it can be to get into a comfortable rut of complacency.

Length: 20 minutes

 

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We all know we have habits. Some of them are good habits. And some of them are…well…not so good. The less often talked about cousin of a habit is a routine. Habits and routines can impact situational awareness in both good and bad ways. But where do habits and routines come from? Does a habit turn into a routine? Or does a routine turn into a habit? Do habits and routines prevent complacency or contribute to it? All good questions. This episode explores our comfort with complacency.

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