Practice is overrated as a path to progress. Too much may even be detrimental. To improve, your practice needs parameters. In this essay, I share the top 3 parameters for progress.
What I’ve Learned From a 3-Month Toe Injury
I’ve been living with an injured big toe for the past 3 months. Here are some of the big lessons I’ve learned about the importance of feet.
The First Step to Rebuilding
The first step to rebuilding anything is to clear the space of what was there before.
How to Increase Your Ability to Handle Risk
This is an essay about squats and the holiday of Sukkot, the thread that ties them together, and the lesson they teach us about how to move with greater ease.
The Foundation of Life
your relationships are the foundation of life treat them as sacred
The Sphere of Yesod: Foundation of Integrity
The key to mastery of any skill is integration and embodiment. How well do you walk your talk and live your values?
The Foundation for Giving in Integrity
In 2018, I sold my home with the intention to start a remote business as a digital nomad. I failed to get traction. This is the lesson I wish I had learned first.