A lifetime of conditioning to work hard has put rest and not-doing outside my comfort zone.
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.