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Feeling Comfortable Might Not Be A Good Thing

Everyone has their range of comfort often referred to as a “comfort zone.” This is an area in which you feel comfortable and safe. What is comfortable for me may well not be part of your comfort zone, however, and what you feel perfectly comfortable doing may not be part of my comfort zone.

As we age, people become more reluctant to leave their comfort zone. We like to be comfortable, and as the name would imply things outside our own comfort zone make us feel uncomfortable.

So why can this be a bad thing?

To put it simply: Everything you want is outside your comfort zone.

Think about it. Your current comfort zone is made up of all that you currently have and things that you have had over the years. If you want something that you do not have, then by definition it will lay outside of your comfort zone.

The only way to get what you really want is to expand your comfort zone.

It doesn’t matter if you want to be RICH or THIN, you have to make changes and go outside your comfort zone or else you will get the same results you have always gotten.

Odds are you are very comfortable, or at least used to (even if you are unsatisfied) living where you live. If you want to Get A New House, you will have to expand your comfort zone to include living somewhere new.

Isn’t it ironic that those who hate their lives the most are the same people who are completely afraid to reach outside their comfort zones?  It’s sad really, because that is the only way to see the change that they want in their lives.

So if you want something new to appear in your life, be ready to expand your comfort zone in order to improve your life.

Love, Peace and Success in 2014,




John Derrick



January 2, 2014 This post was written by Categories: Abundance & WealthCentenarianFeels GoodGood MoodHealthy LifestyleJohn Derrick - PersonalLaw of AttractionManifestingMiscellaneousMore MoneySelf DevelopmentSelf Improvementweight loss Tagged with:
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