Download Audiobook Do Hard Things: Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness by Steve Magness in English

Do Hard Things: Why We Get Resilience Wrong and the Surprising Science of Real Toughness


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“Steve Magness is likely one of the giants of recent fascinated by excessive efficiency throughout domains. . . . Actual Toughness is a vital learn for anybody who cares about delivering their finest when the stakes are highest.”—Alex Hutchinson, New York Occasions bestselling writer of EndureFrom beloved efficiency knowledgeable and bestselling writer of Peak Efficiency comes a revolutionary science-based new definition of toughness—one which focuses on assessing a problem on a physiological and psychological stage.Toughness has lengthy been held as a basic key to attaining peak efficiency. For generations, we have been taught toughness means bulldozing by way of—pushing to the purpose of breakdown—and that displaying any signal of weak spot is failure. This mannequin of toughness has lengthy been glorified and celebrated. However the fact is, it would not work.Steve Magness, a efficiency scientist who coaches Olympic athletes, now gives a brand new form of toughness—actual toughness—that may assist anybody navigate adversity and problem. Grounded within the newest sports activities science and psychology, actual toughness is about listening to your physiological, emotional, and psychological responses (from ache to anger) and dealing with them to beat a problem. Actual toughness works with our biology and psychology; faux toughness fights in opposition to them.Actual toughness is predicated on 4 core pillars which domesticate real interior power:Pillar 1—Ditch the Façade, Embrace RealityPillar 2—Take heed to Your BodyPillar 3—Reply, As an alternative of React Pillar 4—Transcend DiscomfortLike Endure and The Expertise Code, Actual Toughness flips the script on what it means to be powerful, pointing to new analysis that exhibits how our understanding of resilience—one which ignores discomfort—is unsuitable. Magness attracts from mindfulness, army case research, sports activities psychology, neuroscience, psychology, and philosophy to point out how actual toughness makes us extra profitable, happier, and higher individuals.