Monday Inspiration: How to Step Outside Your Comfort Zone

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Have you ever wondered how to step outside of your comfort zone in a way that is painless? Stepping outside of your comfort zone can be a scary thing. After all, that is why it is called a comfort zone. It is a place where we will feel safe and protected. Sometimes however, we need to step outside of that zone to enjoy new experiences or bring new opportunities our way. If stepping out of your comfort zone has been a trial for you, take a look at these helpful tips to make the transition easier.

How to Step Outside of Your Comfort Zone

1. Look at it as an adventure.
Don’t look stepping out of your comfort zone as a trial. Look at it in a more positive light. Look at it as an adventure that is waiting for you with open arms. If you look at it like this, as something that is waiting on you, it seems less intimidating.

2. Find support.
Things are always easier with friend, right? If there is a new class you want to try, place you want to visit, or goal you want to set, have a friend join you. Having that support can make the transition an easier one.

3. Think about what you might be missing.
Look as the area outside of your comfort zone as an opportunity missed. What or who may be waiting for you? You won’t know unless you take the jump!

4. Live without regret.
When we play it safe, we can later experience regret. Don’t let the coulda, woulda, shoulda attitude catch up with you. It is far more better to step outside of our comfort zones and experience some uncertainty than live with regret.

5. Expose a new you.
When you step outside of your comfort zone, you might like the person who comes out. You may feel more ambitious, proud, brave, the list goes on.

When you step outside of your comfort zone, adventures await you. Give these tips a try and see how much you can gain by stepping outside of your comfort zone.

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Happy Monday, friends!