Vice became virtue. Attachment and gripping served me. The ego took control. In the end, staying with the pain pulled me through it. This is how rituals saved my life.
This week I did my second stand up comedy performance. I noticed a pattern emerging that is the same as a pattern I’ve experienced in trapeze and trampoline. And no, it’s not about pushing through fear.
The value of accountability buddies is taken as accepted wisdom. But it’s not always so clear cut. In the end, there’s only one accountability buddy that matters.
Life happens. Obligations arise. Sometimes you have to adapt. But how do you adapt without losing momentum in your daily routine and rituals?
Cultivating a daily fitness habit will give you physical strength; the side benefits will give you a lot more.
To make time for what’s truly important, you don’t need as much time as you think. You need something else.
What do you do when your motivation wanes, when you feel like everything is a huge effort with no payoff, when the muse doesn’t show up, when you feel like you’re losing momentum, and when you start to wonder why am I even doing any of this?