The Advice You Don’t Want to Hear is Usually The Advice You Need

No one likes feeling uncomfortable, but it’s a big part of improving your performance and mental models

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“…the advice that could really help is likely to make you uncomfortable,” he wrote.

The bitter truth is, the brain has the ability to get attached to things very quickly and easily and unless you deliberately choose to intercept its process of work, it will keep fighting the change your want.

If you do what you’ve always done, you’ll get what you’ve always gotten

Jerry Dunn once said “Don’t limit your challenges; challenge your limits.”

The uncertainties and wariness of change keep us in the same same patterns or situations which halts our ability to evolve.

No one likes feeling uncomfortable, but it’s a big part of improving your performance, how you work, mental models and learning in the long run.

In order to thrive in today’s chaotic world, we must be willing to change our relationship to change and be ready for a paradigm shift, writes Bob Rosen Ph.D. of Psychology Today.

Calvin Coolidge says “All growth depends upon activity. There is no development physically or intellectually without effort, and effort means work.”

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