How training your mental reflexes in sports can build resilience in other areas of life
When I was eleven, I wanted to boost my family's efficiency while baking in the kitchen, so I decided to help with the dishes. I took the hot ceramic…
How building appropriate buffer into our everyday lives can make us more successful
In 1953, a student asked Albert Einstein "What is genius?" His response? Not what you may think.
One Inch of BeliefListen now (4 min) | Start right away. Conquer your space. Take your first inch with belief. You may quickly realize you are much more capable than you…
When our bad choices go well, and our good choices go bad, what should we learn?
Pumping Iron at the Mind GymListen now (4 min) | When did we stop practicing? Or, how do you win the award for corniest title?
The Blur OutListen now (4 min) | Learning to be comfortable with a blur
May I Have This Dance?Listen now | Sometimes you need to separate your idea from your identity
Electric FocusListen now | Specificity of desire matters
An Opportunity to PlayListen now (2 min) | I grabbed another ball, started a full sprint, and launched a shot at the goal. Then I jogged back in front of the lacrosse cage…
Boredom is a ChoiceListen now (3 min) | I love this idea from Laura McInerny as quoted in the book Curious, by Ian Leslie: When you live somewhere boring—and we all live…