What the Bar Exam Taught Me About Personality and Optimal Performance May30

What the Bar Exam Taught Me About Personality and ...

“I believe that one of the most critical factors in the transition to becoming a conscious high performer is the degree to which your relationship to your pursuit stays in harmony with your unique disposition. There will inevitably be times when we need to try new ideas, release our current knowledge to take in new information – but it is critical to integrate this new information in a manner that does not violate who we are. By taking away our natural voice, we leave ourselves without a center of gravity to balance us as we navigate the countless obstacles along our way.” –  Josh Waitzkin, The Art of Learning: An Inner Journey...

Unconditional Happiness — It’s a Thing and You Can Have It Jan29

Unconditional Happiness — It’s a Thing...

You walk into a party and there it is — you start to tighten up. You force the smiles, push out the pleasantries, and hope no one notices that you’re closed up. Perhaps three or four drinks in, you start to feel comfortable.  You may even have a genuine moment with someone in which you forget about yourself. You forget that you are an individual.  You are just in the moment. You are present. Alcohol is the great opener. Everyone gets tight.  Everyone closes. Alcohol loosens. This is the great draw of alcohol. When you are open, you can do anything. The Untethered Soul: The Journey Beyond Yourself  by Michael Singer gave me...

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