Two Kinds of Fear

Fear is an evolutionary response that helps you avoid danger. An effective reaction to threatening circumstances has obvious benefits. Unfortunately, fear also arises at the prospect of encountering new and unfamiliar experiences even when they pose no threat...

Security or Evolution

You can have a safe and conflict-free life if you follow these guidelines: Never challenge conventional wisdom, defer your own wants and needs, go along with what others want and be sure not to try anything new. Alternatively, you could explore new frontiers, risk...

Groove or Rut

Developing healthy daily practices brings about positive progress. Be careful not to confuse daily practice with unconscious repetition. One is a conscious decision to cultivate mastery, the other is habitual routine, which may be masking stagnation. Pursue mastery...