When last did you do it? Stretching is not always comfortable. It creates a tension that includes uncomfortable pain. It’s preferable to skip it and go straight on to the workout, or life in general. The momentary inconvenience saves us the excruciating pain of injury and frees up our movement. It lessens the effects of […]Read More The Stretch
Crutches are useful for the displacement of weight when our ability to bear it is compromised. It facilitates the healing process of the compromised limb through rest. Initially walking with crutches is uncomfortable. Our arms are weak and our hands get blisters from the new source of constant friction. Over time we get stronger. The […]Read More Crutches
Your story is as unique as your journey. But every story has a mountain. A burden you must bear, a challenge you must overcome, a tragedy you must face or a pain you must conquer. Mountains are hard. We do not conquer them with dignity. They push us beyond our means. They rip off our […]Read More Your Mountain
It seems ridiculous to reduce the essence of life to a mathematical construct. It’s a complex, intertwined, experiential process that is as unpredictable as it is valuable. Everything we believe and understand is first interpreted through a construct. A collection of rules and sequences that translates inputs (experiential and sensory) into useful data. Most of […]Read More Life = ƒ (experience, response,adjustment)
Do you do great work? If yes, why do you play it down? Why diminish it to make others or yourself more comfortable? Why be ashamed to tell others? You might be struggling to find new customers, not because you don’t do great work, but because no-one knows what you do. Tell me, show me, […]Read More Don’t think about it as bragging.