Biggest lessons I learnt that really changed how I viewed school… What I didn’t realise was that feeling uncomfortable was a sign that the exercise was working, and that if I actively sought that uncomfortable feeling—rather than trying to avoid it—I would’ve learned more. If you don’t get out of your comfort zone, you might find yourself tuning out much of your life on a daily basis. But when you go out of your way to experience new things, or when you let new things happen to you, your body creates brand new neural pathways that fuel your creative spark and enhance your memory. When I started learning how to prepare for ultra marathons. I really got into various new training techniques, and especially since I got those results I wanted, feeling uncomfortable has become a bit of a recurring theme. I still am uncomfortable. 35 years into my hobby. I’m going to be honest, at first, it was a real struggle. Every time I would find myself in an uncomfortable situation, I would start second guessing myself — Is running this far really for me? Maybe I’m just not strong tought smart persistant enough? Will I ever be any good? Will I ever learn enough to actually get through these long endless long runs? I’m sure many of you can relate.Thanks for listening do share it with someone who you feels could use today’s message, my name is Heiko. God bless you and remember, take it easy.
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