When was the last time you did something you’ve never done before? Something that made you feel a bit uncomfortable. If it’s been a while, life might be starting to look & feel a little dull and, well, lifeless. Why? Because you’ve stopped growing.
Growth is a core human need. It’s our inherent nature and intuitive desire to constantly develop – emotionally, intellectually and spiritually. The pesky thing is that all growth involves some level of discomfort. Upside: the discomfort is short-lived and the growth is forever.
When we’re willing to override our resistance to venturing out of the super snug comfort zone, we stretch ourselves to evolve, to be more than we are today. And that delivers a bounty of benefits including a greater sense of empowerment, increased confidence and improved cognitive strength and flexibility.
Push through the discomfort. Even better, embrace it – it means you’re growing! Bite off more than you can chew, and then chew like crazy. Just say ”yes” and work out how. You may be surprised at what you are capable of.
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