I want you to picture something.
You're on a bike ride, 13 km away from your house, and you decide it's time to go back, but first, you need some water. You put your bike down, and BAM 💥
When you lift it, your tire is flat. That's something that happened to me at the beginning of April. I had to figure out a way back home, and in the process I learned a lot about discipline and adaptability. These two ideas turned out to be the major themes of my month.
By powering through the bike ride and adapting to these new conditions, I discovered that being able to push through (more accurately, bike through) the tough times and just figure things out are some of the most powerful skills you could have.
This month, I've done a lot of things that need these mindsets. From starting an entire moonshot project, to summarizing research papers on delusions, let's see what I've been up to this month!