~11 min read · Aug 8th · *** Before we commence with the festivities, I wanted to thank everyone for helping my first book become a Wall Street Journal bestseller. To check it out, click here. *** George was late again. It…
Making hard things seem fun is a much better strategy than making hard things seem important.”
Research shows the bigger the transition, the bigger the effect.
One of the most unfair things in the universe is that doing the “right” thing rarely feels as good in the short term as doing the “wrong” thing.
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6 min read · Jul 13th · The facts about mindfulness no one's talking about.
Practicing mindfulness when you're not mentally ready, or when you actually need a nap, to eat, a massage, to work, or an important conversation with a loved one can clearly create more difficulties than it's meant to mitigate. References
There have even been some depictions of mindfulness as a panacea for suffering, despite the fact that mindfulness was not originally developed to treat suffering or disease
There have even been some depictions of mindfulness as a panacea for suffering, despite the fact that mindfulness was not originally developed