Imagine that you live your life in one room. In this room, there is only one door. That one door is an enter-only door so that when people come into your life and room, they are there forever. You can never get them out. Luckily, it’s a metaphor, but if it were true, wouldn’t you be more careful about the people you let into your life? There is some evidence to substantiate this metaphor, though, at least within the mind. When you have a relationship with someone, their fingerprints are all over your brain. There is neuroscience to support this claim. For a moment, think about someone who is no longer in your life. What did they do to you that made you want to get them out of your life? If they’re in you’re head, they’re still in your room, and they will be there for the rest of your life. The room begins in the brain and ends in the brain. It’s all in your mind. So, who are you going to let into your life? And how do you stop this revolving door? Dr. Ivan Misner discusses how to make sure the people in your room are good ones in this expert sales podcast interview, hosted by John Golden.
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