10 Lessons from Book The Comfort Crisis By Michael Ester

We are living progressively sheltered, sterile, temperature-controlled, overfed, underchallenged, safety-netted lives.

Do you want to be right or happy?

Fear is apparently a mindset often felt prior to experience

In newness, we are forced into presence and focus. Newness can even slow down our sense of time. This explains why time seemed slower when we were kids.

We live in a state of constant mental churn and meaningless chatter.

His work shows that people who sit all day then attack the gym have higher rates of back dysfunction compared to couch potatoes.

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