– James Brown
Learning to feel good–to raise our buzz–is vitally important to becoming more successful. Many complain that feeling good is such hard work. But so is feeling bad. Both take energy, time, and attention. It’s just that, for most of us, feeling bad seems easier. That’s because we’ve learned to habitually choose feeling bad over feeling good, especially when facing a situation we don’t want.
Maybe feeling good is easy and changing our habits is the real hard work.
In your corner,
PS: So worth changing these habits, though, ya?