Why Discomforting Yourself Rocks

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Scenario: "Dude, I will write our sales manual when the right time comes. It's not the right time, yet. Yay!" Usually always, that "right time" never comes. If you want to change your badass into a bigger and badder badass, you probably need change in a certain aspect of your life. Yet, trying new things for us humans sucks because we experience that discomfort factor. The unknown scares us, so we avoid it.

Embrace Discomfort

Use discomfort as a sweet signal: it's hella good. Enjoy it, according to super psychologist Robert Leahy:

Resourceful people are not having fun all of the time. But they do feel empowered when they force themselves to do what's needed. They embrace "constructive discomfort." Such self-directed whizzes also reward themselves for maintaining the habit of tackling dreaded tasks, not just for the results.

So, strive for one discomforting experience per day. It'll help you improve whatever it is that your badass needs.

Discomfort is hella good.

 

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Posted on November 19

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