The Downside Of Pursuing Comfort
Do you want to step out of your comfort zone and achieve bigger things for your business and self-growth?
Do you want to be more conscious when you start to pursue things that make you comfortable?
If we are always in our comfort zone we are not growing. If you want to be at a level of success, achieve new things, set new goals you have to set the intention to do the uncomfortable. Getting out of our comfort zone is not easy but with the right determination and focus, you can achieve it.
As a business leader, you have to recognise that you and your team members are naturally wired to pursue what is comfortable. Recognising what naturally occurs to us as humans is a step towards understanding how to overcome it.
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Josh ‘Downside of Pursuing Comfort’ Stone
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