Last week Darren Rhodes reminded us not to make a problem out of what’s not a problem. We all have little quirks or areas of particular obsession, but in the right context, those aren’t necessarily problems. They only become problems when we make them problems. That goes for your practice as well. If you have an injury or tight hamstrings, that’s not necessarily problematic unless we make it a problem. So this weekend, instead of going to war against an injury you may be working through or a frustration or quirk that you have, we challenge you to embrace it and use it as a source of growth.