Making Ripples: post-corporate adventures: Moving out of your “comfort” zone
Moving out of your “comfort” zone
A “comfort zone” is a pattern of behavior that gives you a sense of security. It usually involves creating artificial boundaries to exclude any exposure to events, ideas, and people who might cause you distress.
That certainly sounds like a great idea until you consider the following:
Growth of any kind involves overcoming the fear of events, ideas, and people who cause you distress.
When you look at it that way, a comfort zone can be viewed as a self-constructed trap.
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