Beliefs we hold about failure can keep us from embracing the risks we need to grow and find meaning and purpose in life.
For years I worked out consistently but made little progress. In the 6 months since starting CrossFit, I’ve added 100 pounds to my deadlift. Here are 7 steps to set yourself up for success that I’ve learned along the way.
Unpopular opinion: How you do anything is not how you do everything. When you understand this, you’ll find the key to getting unstuck.
Games are rarely won or lost as a result of a late-game call. Taking responsibility for our failures gives us agency and the power to make a different decision next time.
If you want to sustain a daily practice, the first step is to give yourself permission to suck. Here’s why it’s not as bad as it seems.
I had always been taught that my failures were a source of shame, something to hide from others. But weightlifting is reframing failure for me, and teaching me to view it as something completely different.
It’s inevitable when pursuing big dreams that we will bump up against the realities of limitations. Failure to make it all happen doesn’t mean you’re a failure.