When we accomplish something at the edge of our comfort zone, we tend to feel relieved when it’s done. We can also feel energized. Now that we climbed this hill, the slightly bigger hill in the distance seems more manageable.
Conversely, when we don’t accomplish something we attempt, it’s easy to feel diminished. If I couldn’t climb this hill, I can’t even imagine trying to climb a bigger hill. I don’t trust my abilities as much as I thought I did.
The blessing and the curse is that we tend to gain momentum in either direction.Read More