Get Into Your Discomfort Zone.

One of the most maddening and paradoxical aspects of human nature is, we know what it is we need to do to reach our goals, but most of the time, we refuse to do anything that will help us get there because we are afraid of the pain. In their new book, The Tools, authors Phil Stutz and Barry Michels outline their theory of pain avoidance, and offer practical tools to counter it. One of the tools: practice your own discomfort daily– get out there and do something outside your comfort zone. The results will be worth it.

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