Whether we've been doing something for a few hours, days, weeks, months or years, it's easy to find an approach we like and get stuck there. We close ourselves off to trying a new way of doing things because the way we do it now is familiar, it makes sense to us, and it's working (as far as we hope). But what if, just for today, you talk to someone and learn a new way, a new perspective, a new approach, a new way of accomplishing the same means. Sometimes you realize that whatever you think was the 'problem' you were working on was never the actual problem to begin with. Use someone else's point of view to propel yourself into self-discovery; find out WHY you do the things that you do, then ask yourself, "Is this the best way for me to achieve the result I'm looking for?" Trying a new approach might not end up working for you, but it opens you up to the possibility of trying, and allows you to look critically at your own thoughts, beliefs, patterns, and habits. Last night I started practicing hopping into a straddle handstand, with the intention of making 2015 my year to #questforthepress. Trying something new is scary and uncomfortable, but it's my belief that if you're comfortable, you're not growing. || try something new