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.

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