If this thing you're doing doesn't matter to you, progress is doing to be slow, if it shows at all. So, first you must decide it matters.
What if Beethoven had spent a great deal of his time trying to craft a novel? What if Van Gogh had tried to improve his horrid salesman skills and spent less time with the oils?
Can you truly pursue mastery if you are focused on attacking your weaknesses?
Breaking down the latest social media storm.
This question never dies. It pops up in CrossFit circles, even now, in various places around the internet.
"What's your opinion on trainers working out with the class? Like coaching and then jumping in with the class?"
Seriously? We are still asking this question?