After exploring my improved performance on the CrossFit DT workout, the most important lesson I learned was about how to change your relationship to something you dislike. This may be the most crucial lesson for our current world.
Dominant productivity culture tells us we should aim to be effective in our work. But is the aim to be effective really the end goal?
A little-discussed challenge in the world of habit change is that everything we do serves a purpose, and that purpose makes it hard to let go of the habit. The same is true of our thoughts. Here are 3 ways your negative thoughts serve you.
Giving up is not the same as letting go. It’s not just semantics, but a completely different embodied experience.
To expand your capacity, in body and mind, you must follow the rules of rubber bands.
It might seem that miracles are a relic of ancient times, but that’s only because we forget where to look for miracles.
Life is light and darkness. Until you’re willing to face your problems and admit they exist, you can’t begin to work toward a solution.