Sometimes the best question is not “how much more can I do?” but “what’s the least I can do?”
If everything is just a fleeting breath, from where do we derive meaning in life?
In theory a 4-minute mile is a 1:45 marathon. Yet it took 65 years from the 4-minute mile to break the 2-hour marathon barrier. Three lessons we can learn from this.
A man ran 26.2 miles in under 2 hours. Here’s why you should care, even if you’re not a runner.
If you want to avoid the hollow emptiness of achievements, you must have a crucial ingredient in your goal-setting process to ensure you find meaning and fulfillment.
In our efforts to improve, we typically deflate our best moments with judgment or other qualifiers. If we hold back the arrows, we can ride the momentum of our accomplishments.
Success leaves clues, but not all clues are relevant. You need to know what you’re looking for so you can find the parts that matter.