Sunday Firesides: The Slipstream of Comfort

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The “art of manliness sunday firesides” is a podcast that discusses all things manly. Guests are asked to share their thoughts on the topic and they can also ask questions in chat.

Kate has discovered that when the temperature is between 60 and 80 degrees, she sees the most other runners (and bikers). It’s hardly unexpected, considering that the band symbolizes the most pleasant circumstances.

More unexpected is that the number of people who go outdoors does not decrease when the temperature drops above or below certain atmospheric bounds; that is, you don’t lose 10% of people when it gets 10 degrees colder, then 20% when it gets 20 degrees colder.

Instead, 90 percent of people abandon the trails as soon as the temperature rises or falls slightly over or below 60-80 degrees.

The same phenomena, in which the great majority of individuals drop off once you go a few physical or metaphorical degrees beyond this “slipstream of comfort,” occurs in every aspect of life, from personal to professional.

We often despair of achieving success and standing out in a crowded field, believing that we must compete with everyone and be several orders of magnitude better. In actuality, all it takes is a few degrees of separation to set yourself out from the crowd.

You don’t have to be the most charming person on the planet; simply know how to make excellent small chat and you’ve already exceeded 90% of the population. You don’t have to be the most well-connected freelance designer or contractor; just be dependable, return calls, and explain deadlines, and you’ll be far ahead of 90% of the competition.

If you take 5 minutes to compose a thank you letter for anything, you’ll stand out from the crowd with ridiculous ease.

Common wisdom is a rare commodity. The route of least resistance has become impassable.

Outside the comfort zone, there are exponentially more options.

 

 

The “Sunday Firesides: The Slipstream of Comfort” is a podcast that discusses the topic of sex. It’s a show that has been around for about 3 years, and it’s hosted by two people who are in their 20s. They talk about topics such as how to be a good sexual partner, how to have open conversations with your partner, and how to deal with the repercussions of being sexually active. Reference: are we the prudes.

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