The things that are not done own your mental energy till they are completed.
Why do we have this effect?
Because our brain is wired to focus on open loops, the unfinished tasks. When the loop is open, you want to see that loop closed: you start seeing a movie and then you want to finish that movie. If something is not completed and needs to be done, we tend to focus on that a lot more. When we do not complete a task, our brain will be still thinking about it until is done.
Difficulties cannot be avoided. The only way out is the way through.
Every one of us faces hardship during our life and in our line of duty. For enduring hardship the old Chinese culture suggests an approach: “eating bitter“. It means to endure something unpleasant in good humour. To continue despite difficulties, to persevere through hardship without complaint.
That’s what we do at FRY. We push you to positively stress your mind-body system to make it stronger, more resilient, and more pliable.