Moving Forward: Getting Out Of Your Comfort Zone

Moving Forward

Throughout these posts we talked a lot about taking action, about doing it anyway. We looked at our comfort zone and why it is so hard to break out of it sometimes. We established that the outer edges or borders around that zone are the realm of possibility and that we can stretch and expand our comfort zone into those areas simply by dreaming, imagining, and of course taking some action.

We also talked quite a bit about what happens when we don’t grow as people and spend some time being a little uncomfortable. If nothing else, that should inspire you to keep an eye on what you’re doing and move you to change when you are getting a little too comfortable for too long.

We took a closer look at the realm of possibility and last but not least I shared some of my favourite tips and ideas for stepping outside the comfort zone with you. I hope you’ve found this interesting, thought-provoking, and helpful.

As you have worked through these steps to move out of your comfort zone, I hope that you have discovered many things that interest and delight you.  I hope you have really accepted the challenges and tried something new.  I hope that you have a found an “accountability buddy” to help keep you on track, and out of your comfort zone.

My advice to you now is — Go out there, live life to the fullest, and don’t be afraid to step outside the box, do something daring and see what’s possible when you put your mind to it. Life is too short to stay stuck in our comfort zone.

Start diving into the realm of possibility for your life.  Keep moving forward and make every second count!

actionTo taking action…and getting out of your comfort zone

Fran Watson

www.franwatson.ca

 

 

 

Fran Watson

Involved in public speaking since 2000. Joined Toastmasters in 2002 and have served in all Executive roles including serving one year as the District Public Relations Officer. Achieved my DTM in 2014. Develop and facilitate workshops in the area of employment and career development.

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