“Your wildest dreams are probably outside your comfort zone, otherwise you would have achieved them.”
– author unknown (I heard it once but I can’t remember where, haha)
Getting outside our comfort zone is definitely scary. To take risks, open ourselves up to being vulnerable, face the unknown, and, scariest of all……risk failure.
Our comfort zone is defined by Lifehacker as a, “”behavioral space where your activities and behaviors fit a routine and pattern that minimizes stress and risk.”
When we’re in our comfort zone we have a sense of being at home, familiarity, security, and certainty.
But if we never take risks, we don’t grow. We don’t experience NEW things or places or people. We don’t take our lives (or our health for that matter) to the next level.
Think about when you were a kid, almost EVERY SINGLE THING you encountered was an obstacle because you had never done it before. Riding a bike, climbing a tree, learning to swim…
Where would we be if we hadn’t pushed forward even though it was scary??
So why stop growing and learning and having new experiences now just because you’re an adult?
It is a fact that if you keep doing the same thing over and over, you’ll keep getting the same result.
Are you exactly where you want to be in your life?
Are you happy staying in this same place forever?
Have you accomplished your wildest dreams?
Watch this video to hear my personal story of feeling the fear and doing it anyway:
I have helped hundreds of women face their fears and come through on the other side.
To try a different way of doing things so they finally get the result they want – for their body, their diet, their health, and their lives.
It’s amazing! It’s liberating! Your world will be SO MUCH BIGGER! And you will have the confidence you deserved all along because you are a goddess/warrior/mermaid/unicorn.
I see you and I know you and I want this for you!
If you want this too, I encourage you to get in touch with me HERE so we can set up a quick phone call. Take this first step and I promise you won’t regret it.