It's easier than ever to associate only with those whose opinions we share. I want to offer a simple solution: work out at your local gym.
We really are creatures of habit. Much of what we do, we do without thinking.
Lots of studies show that the more someone exercises, the less likely they are to have depression.
When he's asked about the keys to his success, Eliud Kipchoge—the greatest, grittiest marathoner of all time—points not to his physical fitness but his mental fitness.
If you never introduce new challenges, you won't grow or get better. But, equally problematic, if you introduce too much stimulus and challenge too frequently, then you're liable to get injured or...
The new program, called Kurbo, could encourage dangerous habits for young people
Here's what actually works
Many of the perennial wisdom traditions—such as Buddhism, Stoicism, and Taoism—teach practitioners the power of repeating particular chants or mantras to steady the mind.
You can't force your way to healthy habits.
Unrelenting drive is every bit as common in sport as it is in the traditional workplace.
Even if you're fortunate enough to avoid injury, no one can avoid aging and the unavoidable slowdown that comes with it.
Epstein argues that going broad—not narrow—is the best route to lasting success and wellbeing
We’ve all felt intense waves of burnout even while doing work we love—or at least work we thought we loved
When it comes to spending time outside, the best app is usually no app. But there are a few notable exceptions.
The kind of broscience peddled in Silicon Valley is not real science.
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