The irony of improvement is that if we’re focused only on what could be better, it’s harder to improve.
The constant striving to be better than you were yesterday is a set-up for disappointment.
The more you try to feel enough, the more you will struggle to reach that state. You can’t get there by working harder.
Radical advice for extracting yourself from a tail-spin, also known as the looping cycle of self-judgment.
To be truly realized we must get to the point where we’re no longer seeking.
There’s always room for improvement. But if that’s all you see, then that’s a problem.
Contrary to common myth, practice alone does not lead to skill mastery. Without effective feedback, practice only reinforces what you’re already doing. Here are 5 elements for effective feedback.