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Manage to Engage

Mar 30, 2020

In the last episode, I introduced the concept of engaging with disengagement (to both you and myself, at the time).

And that’s not just a step towards getting what you want — that process of inquiry, that working on why you’re not working on something, is what you really need. The journey is the destination....


Mar 23, 2020

Over the last two episodes, we’ve been talking about the internal conflict we feel between growth and comfort, between “I don’t wanna” and “I wanna” — and we’ve established that these conflicts are man-made, not some inherent aspect of being.

The easiest way to see the conflict for what it is, two sides...


Mar 16, 2020

In the last episode, I asked you to consider those moments when we feel like there’s an internal conflict between growth and comfort — between the ‘I wanna’ and the ‘I don’t wanna’ — a misleading conflict brought about through social conditioning.

We’re told to muscle through these conflicts with...


Mar 9, 2020

Every single day, you are likely presented with an internal conflict — do I do the thing that’s hard but rewarding or do I do what’s easy? 

Over and over again, we weigh the relative advantages and disadvantages of growth versus comfort. It can feel like two different parts of ourselves are competing for our...


Mar 2, 2020

To close out this series on How Everything is True, we’re going to make CLEAR Thinking more practical. And to start, I want to break down the term “CLEAR Thinking” a little further. 

CLEAR Thinking is thinking that is critical, logical, evidence-based, analytical, and reality-based. This is serious, productive...