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“Have you ever been to a workshop?  These boondoggles are college of Resistance.  They ought to give out PhD.’s in Resistance.  What better way of avoiding work than going to a workshop?“-- The Way of Art, Steven Pressfield

We have such a high level of respect for Pressfield that we made sure to set our Summer Performance Lab more like a “workshing shop” than a workshop in the conventional sense. Let me explain:

No one ever learned how to ride a bike by listening to an inspiring talk about it. You learn how to ride a bike by trying, falling down, cleaning up your bruises and giving it another go. True learning is about doing.

That’s why our Summer Performance Lab is an active experience of brainstorming and feedback. These workshops are about stretching the work you have done. They’ll be lived with a group of committed people from all over the world that are all looking for the same thing: becoming their best selves. We know, we know. That’s a little harder than learning how to ride a bike. But hear this out: the results are the same. Once you learn the fundamentals through hard work and a lot of self-reflection, you’ll be able to reach more balance (as with a bike), feel more confident (as when you try to release the rudder), and visit other places (as when your bike trip is not just a few turns around the corner, but longer, more exciting commutes).

As you can tell by now: these workshops are not about lectures. We aim to talk less and have you do more. You’re going to have to do the hard work of gathering courage and riding that bike.  So, don’t worry. These working sessions are Pressfield approved.    Here’s a quick overview of what you can expect on the following sessions:

Big changes start with small steps.

Our Summer Performance Lab is a series of workshops for people who care about building habits, setting goals, and practicing the right mindset for better performance and long term success.

Register for the Summer Performance Lab if you're ready to accept the challenge.