What I’m Reading – Week of March 22nd

This week’s posts are related to the current climate of quarantines, fear, uncertainty and the potential to lose your routines and gains you worked so hard in the past to secure.

Below are some of the most intriguing, thought-provoking and actionable performance-related content pieces I read, watched or listened to this week.

[pic: current reading list: The Tao of Wu by RZA]

  • Fear Is Contagious – So Is Courage

“How we feel affects how we think and how we think affects how we feel.”

Click here for IG post by Tony Blauer

  • Go To The Weak Spots To Get Stronger

“One of the best ways to get stronger is to stop suppressing your fears and weaknesses and instead lean into them, with the support of others when necessary.”


  • A Better Way To Respond To Cravings

“The more familiar you are with the life cycle of cravings, the less trapped you feel by them. You begin to see that cravings aren’t impasses that demand a hard choice, they’re sensory events that arise and pass.”


  • How To Keep Your Cool (book recommendation)

“Your anger is a kind of madness, because you set a high price on worthless things.” 


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