Simply put, don’t ignore the idea of comfort zones. I hiked about 2 miles (~3k) before finding a comfortable spot to talk about comfort zones in this video. It’s become an overused phrase, comfort zones, but I hope to show you in this video that there is significant meaning to doing what makes you feel uncomfortable.
We become what we repeatedly do; therefore, we are the habits or the things we do without giving it any thought. Our brains are powerful, and we create pathways to help us function and do something with ease. Sometimes, what allows us to function also provides a comfort that is hard to change.
⇞ be uncomfortable ⇞
If you desire a change of any kind, then it’s worth the effort. There is no other solution other than retraining your brain to build a strong foundation so that you can do the things that align with what you seek. Being comfortably uncomfortable is the only way.
If you seek a new career or hope to become a better parent doing what you have continuously been doing will not bring you any change. The only way is to step out of your comfort zone and make the uncomfortable comfortable—and believe me, what I learned in this video is that it is not only possible, but the brain also adapts rather quickly. You will thank yourself for being temporarily uncomfortable.
⇞ learn through the experiences of others ⇞
If you’ve ever felt uncomfortable doing something or maybe you are putting off something because you are uncomfortable, I recommend you watch the video. Maybe it will provide necessary insight that can help you achieve a new level of thinking.
If you can take some time to listen to what I have to say, my gratitude will be greater than words can explain.
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