After 150 consecutive days of meditation, I’ve learned several lessons. First up: meditation is not a habit. Shocking.
One of the recurring observations that people tend to make about me is that I have my hands in a lot of different things. This observation tends to come bundled with advice to pare down and focus on one area. “Pick a lane,” is what people say. Thanks, but no thanks.
We spend so much time thinking about time. Did you ever stop to consider how arbitrary it is?
Change is inevitable. Growth is optional. Which do you want?
I am a big fan of American Ninja Warrior. On the surface, it offers a thrilling display of athletic achievement that inspires me to push my own limits. It also offers up a continuous stream of lessons that we can apply to life both on and off the course.
It was 11:25 am today when I sat down to write Morning Pages, the long-hand free writing exercise I have been doing almost every morning since August. Pen to paper, and suddenly… Wow. Where does the time go? Where does it go? I was out of bed by 6:05 am today. I got dressed for […]