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January 18, 2019
We are constantly told to brave the new and do things you wouldn't normally do to grow in character and experience, but it's always a lot easier saying it than doing it because we are all naturally rather habitual creatures and steering beyond can be a mission.
However, there are a lot of neat little positives when you do break free and with more information and education on why and how to make little adjustments to start, you will be well on your way to new exciting beginnings.
Well, a comfort zone is your typical routine, it's your everyday known, with little risk of any daunting surprise that could catch you off guard and ultimately leaves less room for worrying and any anxious feelings.
Now before we get into why its good to get out of your comfort zone from time to time, it's important to know that your comfort zone isn't a bad thing. Everyone should have space and routine they feel 'safe' in, if we didn't we wouldn't be able to reap the benefits of leaving it.
diamonds are made under pressure?
It's a very good metaphor to compare this scenario. When you do the same thing and it becomes easy, you tend to go into autopilot, but when we take on new challenges it forces us to work harder, and possibly think outside the box opening the door to your creativity.
What we want you to take from this isn't as drastic as convincing yourself you must move continent to step out your comfort zone, but learn that new skill or take up that hobby you keep postponing because you're worried you might not be amazing from the get-go. Or learn to talk to new people and network with someone that inspires and motivates you. You could even just try new food. New experiences can open doors to a new found source of happiness, or lessons you would never have learned without pushing yourself to go further.
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