Did you know that I sometimes write things that are not related to dance, or injury prevention, or deadlifting? (winking improves deadlift performance 67% FYI) —>
At this time of year (the last day of the year, as it happen), as the weather becomes colder, the days shorter, and the desire to eat salad and move our bodies starts to wane (it’s only natural…), we also start to reflect more on the things that are truly important to us.
Some of us even dare to resolve to start a diet, drink less coffee (a foolish idea, in my opinion, coffee=life-force), and to try new activities in an attempt to make our lives more interesting and fulfilling.
Many of us will spend unnecessary amounts of money on self-help books, which are an oxymoron in themselves, as I am reminded by comedian George Carlin, that self-help cannot come from a book, it has to come from the self.
Ain’t that the truth.
And on that note I’d like to introduce my latest piece of writing, which I put together for Elephant Journal, and which will be the last article I publish in 2015.
Be aware: It’s not related to dancing or deadlifting, but this piece might save you that $17.99 you were going to spend on a hard-cover, limited edition, autographed, self-help book (you’re welcome).
In this piece I’m going to ask you one question. One question that changed my life a little (a lot, actually). I’ve asked this question to many friends in the past 4 years, and hearing peoples’ answers is always so fascinating.
Maybe you’ll use this question to reflect, maybe it will help you make different, more interesting choices in 2016, or maybe you’ll hate it.
In any case, it doesn’t matter what you think, because I wrote this one for me (me, me me!).
You can read the whole thing here:
I’d love to hear your answer to my question. Please let ‘er rip in the comments (and please share with a friend and help people everywhere save money on self-books).
Happy New Year, friends 🙂