When I can’t focus, my habitual conditioning is to “try harder” to reign it in. I’ve learned that this doesn’t work. It may seem counterintuitive, but zoning out is often the best way to hone in.
A practice borrowed from yoga can help you improve your retention of all the great ideas you take in through books, podcasts, and other content.
The concept of “enoughness” may sound like spiritual “woo,” a “soft skill” that doesn’t have much practical relevance. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Achieving a flow state doesn’t need to be a mystery; you can create it by getting out of your head.
An easy way to honor two important priorities at once.
Whether it’s money, energy, time, or toilet paper, we often buy into the illusion of scarcity. What if you trusted that what you have is enough?
The ADHD label contains two damaging words: deficit and disorder. Neither is true.