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Most Of Us Hide From Discomfort

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Most Of Us Hide From Discomfort

This weekend I’m taking my son on our annual ice fishing trip to Vermont.
We’ve been going since he was 4, and it’s one of my favorite trips of the year.
Are we cold? Heck yes.
Today we took a walk out on the ice. Then headed to Jay Peak and hiked in deep snow.
There’s something absolutely spiritual about the isolation of deep winter.
Most people shy away from it. I crave it.
It’s not that I don’t get cold or that it’s never uncomfortable.
It’s that the most amazing things I’ve ever been part of in life- hiking the entire Appalachian trial, watching my kids being born, ice fishing, doing my masters in acupuncture and launching a business- involved some form of discomfort and challenge.
Most of my clients have built that same level of fortitude.
They’ve braved the inevitable discomfort of doing a new workout. Learning new moves, new lingo and being sore for a few weeks.
They’ve learned to push through the challenges of saying YES to a workout. Even when it’s early am, or after a long day of work.
They’ve faced their own personal excuses and self-limiting beliefs. We all have them. We all have to face them.
Comfort to me is not safe. It’s boring.
Comfort is fine when it comes to a lazy Sunday, nice sheets on a clean bed, or holding the hand of your partner.
But when comfort is the only emotion/environment we seek, we miss out on a lot of amazing possibilities.
So before you slough off the idea of joining a new workout, heading on a quest to build strength or burn 30lbs
Consider this.
The pain is temporary. The reward is living your best life. You deserve that.
And I’m all in on supporting you.


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