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The danger of living a life that’s OK, but not great

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The following is a trick question:

Would you rather feel miserable, or would you rather feel neutral?

I get it. No one really wakes up in the morning wanting to feel miserable. If you had your choice between feeling misery — you know, the existential angst and the “I can’t do this for one more day” kind of stuff — and feeling indifferent, we all know which one of those sensations sucks less. Feeling neutral about your circumstances may not be fun, but it’s not awful.

And honestly … that’s exactly the danger of feeling …

Stop looking for evidence of what you don’t want

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You know that uneasy feeling you get when you know you’re doing something that’s not good for you … but you keep doing it anyway?

Maybe you’re staying in a job or a relationship that isn’t really working, or you keep making excuses for why you don’t have time to go to the gym. Whatever’s causing you to be out-of-alignment, it gives you that awful, knot-in-your-stomach, uncomfortable-in-your-own-skin, shifty kind of feeling.

I’ve been feeling that way a bit lately.

As a coach who’s trained to intuitively pick up on these inconsistencies in other people, it’s …

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