By Leo Babauta

So let’s say you signed up for the Iron Will Challenge (aka the Consistent Meditation Challenge), but you’re struggling a bit.

Let’s talk abut how to deal with that, because struggle isn’t a problem in this challenge.

What I’d like you to do is bring some radical curiosity to the challenge. That means, instead of beating yourself up or closing down to the experience, get curious.

Some things to get curious about:

As you can see, there are no problems in this challenge … only opportunities for curiosity.

In this challenge, we’re getting curious about what it’s like to commit ourselves with an iron will. And if we’re not doing it, then we can be curious about why. We can be curious about what it would be like to start to shift, even a little.

Practice radical curiosity with your commitment today.