Month: July 2019


How to Consistently Work at Your Peak… By Not Working

When Josh Watizkin competed in national chess tournaments at a young age, he would go into bouts of intense performance. This meant days of uninterrupted focus in training and strategizing his matches. But while it seemed best to keep him undistracted, he did suffer. He felt his first few matches or days were amazing, yet […]


Change the Story You’re In

“Argue for your limitations, and sure enough, they’re yours” – Richard Bach I didn’t realize until I moved into college that I was not good with names. Meeting so many people felt like a burden and I couldn’t keep up. I wouldn’t even bother trying since I felt like I was going to ask again […]

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