We can’t build strength if we don’t push our edge. But we also need to feel safe to grow. Where’s the line?
A simple change to your routine — even doing the same things you do every day, but in a new sequence — can create plenty of discomfort.
Your resistance to new experiences and ideas can be a valuable tool to unlock the holy grail of personal knowledge.
Making a change in your life often feels uncomfortable. Learn how to quickly eliminate that discomfort.
We often think that stretching ourselves means taking on more. Sometimes it means the opposite: doing less and giving less.
Have you ever noticed that you tend to sit in the same seat in a classroom, or prefer the same spot in yoga class? It’s a function of environmental psychology. Here’s the science behind the habit.
Giving yourself permission to suck is the best thing you can do to build strength where you need it most. There is no greater freedom than the freedom to fail.