By Lori Lines
Most people talk about stepping outside their comfort zone like it is stepping into the Twilight Zone, a furtive place no one wants to explore not on their own.
The issue with this kind of thinking is that it keeps us safe, and that's not always a good thing. Feeling comfortable is fine, feeling comfortable is needed, but feeling complacency is a big no-no. Although being comfortable brings us a sense of calmness and familiarity, it can also prevent us from being curious. Curiosity is something we naturally have, and it means wondering about what was, what is, and what will be.
You might not realize it, but you miss so much of life by not raising your hand, your voice, or chasing your dreams. It shouldn't be this way. Here are seven positive benefits of stepping out of your comfort zone.
If you feel stuck in life, have fear of stepping out of your comfort zone, a QHHT session can help us identify the underpinnings of the fear associated with moving forward. Once the root cause of the fear is identified, many clients have found they are able to clear away the debris causing obstacles so they can move forward in their lives.
In love and truth,
Author Lori Lines
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