Don’t aim to be comfortable

Get out of your comfort zone

Don’t aim to be comfortable You’ll never be your best if you just want to be comfortable.   Being comfortable can lead to complacency, laziness and mediocrity.  If you’re successful on 80% of the things you try, you’re not stretching enough to find where you are best.  You aren’t growing if you’re always successful.   Questions from this week’s Podcast: Are you in your Sweet Spot or your Comfort Zone? Should you leave a good paying job for one that serves a better cause? As Christians, we tithe on our personal incomes, but what about our business? I’m working 60-70 … Read More

Be careful – not….

“Monotony is the awful reward of the careful.” A. G. Buckham. If you want to grow and change, you must stretch the edges of what is safe and predictable.  This doesn’t mean being careless or jumping off a cliff.  You can move out of your comfort zone while staying true to your gift zone.