What’s easier now than later? Mark Hurst responds
August 01st, 2006 - No Comments
Mark Hurst, founder of Creative Good, the premiere user-experience firm, writes:
Most things have gotten easier in my 30s, but not stretching. When i was in my 20s i got way into taekwondo – a great experience, by the way – and i could stretch quite easily – sometimes getting to full splits. These days, no chance. I’m sure it’s mostly because i’m not in taekwondo training, but i know that it’s also because of age..
See the original article that inspired this, It Never Gets Easier Than Now.
See the response by Seth Godin, author, entrepreneur, and speaker.
Alright, today is the beginning of an entirely new chapter of IWT. I just got back from a last-minute weekend ...Read More