After over 20 years of practicing yoga, a simple shift changed my practice and taught me that the tools we rely on for support can sometimes mask our incompetencies, preventing us from making progress and realizing our true potential.
Stopping yourself from moving forward or going deeper is more complex than it may seem. A lesson I’ve learned from my struggle with back squats informs my approach to how to break the habit of stopping myself in life outside the gym.
A singular experience of my year reveals 5 lessons I learned about the actions and mindset required to achieve goals that I didn’t even think were possible for me.
You don’t need to understand how to do something in order to do it. You simply need to do it repeatedly until it becomes your nature, and then trust that you know how to do it.
If you feel overwhelmed by the prospect of doing a year-end review, here’s a simple principle that will help you hack your review and extract lessons that will actually be more useful for you as you move forward.
The question isn’t whether success or failure is a better teacher. The lesson lies in getting underneath both and using the information gathered to create your own success matrix. Here’s a 3-step process on how to do this.
The best way to start planning the year ahead is to reflect back on the year that was. Here are 5 reasons why you must do a year-end-review before planning the year ahead.