NEWSLETTER & ARTICLES
Becoming aware of the hardwired biases in your mind is key to just about everything.
Conventional thinking about success is dumb. Here’s a better way.
Grind culture is stupid. Lots of easy movement combined with a dash of hard work goes a long way.
New Research: Pain is not just in the mind or in the body. It is in the entire system. Treating it, then, requires a broad approach.
Goals are great. They provide a target, something to shoot for and measure progress against. They serve as reminders, bringing our focus back to what matters. They help motivate us, pushing us to accomplish tasks. For good reason, we preach…
As a society, we’re in desperate need of one big family therapy session.
Spend less time sharpening the knife and more time thickening it.
The more we know the more we see.
Trying really hard works—until it gets in the way.
It is easy to be delusional and pollyanna. It is easy to be pessimistic and despairing. It is hard to accept a challenging reality for what it is—and to stay hopeful and take productive action in its midst.
Truly caring is the key to molding tough teams.
This idea has shaped elite sports over the last century, but it’s only in the past decade that it’s being lifted from the playing field and applied elsewhere.
If you’ve been around sport long enough, you’ve witnessed a pre-competition breakdown. Anxiety and nerves run high, panic overwhelms, and the tears start to flow. The athlete wants to be anywhere else, doing anything else—but they are trapped.
Holding two seemingly opposite concepts at the same time can make your mind feel like it is going to explode! But it is worth practicing nonetheless.
Lebron James is arguably the best basketball player on the planet. It would be easy for him to play to his strengths. But in 2014, he added a new element to practice. A one-on-one contest where buckets only counted if…