Metal Simulations - Artificial Constraints

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Stop and think about a problem or issue you're facing right now in life or work. In today's episode of Developer Tea we're talking about clarity and its inevitable shift as we go forward in life. To maintain our sanity we've constructed a lot of stories or framework to drive our decision making.

In today's episode we're talking about the artificial constructs we use to control our decisions made and change our futures.

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