NEWSLETTER & ARTICLES
When you react to a situation you fuse with it and become it. Going from one reaction to the next is an emotional roller-coaster.
“I underestimated mental health, honestly. I had anxiety. A little bit of depression. Just being locked in here …. I checked out.” — NBA player Paul George on competing in the playoffs in the bubble. What does it mean to…
At first a spark is key; without it, there is no flame. But in order for that flame to grow into a powerful fire, it needs oxygen.
Cutting-edge science shows that confronting our fears is a trainable skill.
It can work. But not without risk. Here’s how and why.
Overcome a common trap: over-valuing your experience and under-valuing data and probability.
Sometimes you need restrictions to truly be free.
It’s not always enough to nail the basics. Sometimes you’ve got to go deeper, adapting as you proceed.
Bad beats drag you down. They focus you on something you can’t control—the cards—rather than on something you can, the decision.
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.