4 reasons to get out of your comfort zone

Its called a ‘comfort’ zone for a reason, because it’s the place we humans like to be…to feel safe. You may have battled out of that comfort zone before and gradually found yourself saying “hey how did I get back here!”.

Reason 1: For the Results

Feeling frustrated at where you are in life? Nothing seems to be changing? Consequently are you working so hard but getting the same output? I’m sure most people have heard the term ‘you have to do something different to see something different’. Its just like going to the gym, if you want to become a weight lifter you need to start pumping weights. Your body won’t change if you sit at home and eat ice cream.

Reason 2: To Surprise yourself on what you can do

You may want to learn to play an instrument, run a marathon, learn a language or even climb Mount Everest. Start challenging yourself, you will be surprised on what you can achieve. The human body and mind can do extraordinary things when put to the test.

Reason 3: To Face your fears

Is there something that you want to do, It could be stepping out and taking a leap of faith. I would like to propose that its time to step out of your comfort zone and face that fear. Just like the picture says make a change TODAY. Don’t procrastinate, there will always be a reason why tomorrow looks and sounds better but when you get there you will wish you had started the week/month/year before.

Tomorrow you will wish you had started today

In an article ‘How to live life without major regrets’ one of the top lessons was ‘spending too much time worrying’. Life is too short, worrying will not add a day to your life.

Reason 4: To Inspire others

You will be surprised how many people are watching you. You do not know who you can influence and what impact you can have on someone. It may take you stepping out to do something that will stir someone else to do the same.

 

Written by Natasha Kimani

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