I don’t do things I dislike, but I do do a lot of things that force me to feel discomfort.
If I dislike an activity—if I don’t enjoy it—then I find a way to unfasten it from my daily life.
I’m serious about growth, though. So I often place myself in situations that help me grow. These little stoical experiments frequently make me uncomfortable.
The difference, then, has to do with timing. When something is new and unfamiliar, it is by definition not natural, not comfortable. In the long run, though, I don’t keep drudging through tasks I don’t enjoy. I move on to something new. Life is too short to do shit you dislike. [Read More on The Minimalists]