We’ve all got our comfort zones. It’s where we are able to do the things we love without being worried about what other people will say.
It might come as a surprise, however, but if you want to succeed in life, then you’re going to have to step out of your comfort zone. Here are 3 ways your comfort zone is helping you fail:
1. It’s not letting you grow
When you remain for far too long in your comfort zone, you’re not growing. You’re stuck in a status quo. You’re trapped in limbo because you’re not out exploring new things, learning about new stuff.
Your talents will all be wasted because you’re not progressing into what you want to be. You’re not able to explore your potential, and you’re not able to live your life to the fullest.
If you want to grow as a person, and you want to go chase your life’s goals, then you have to step outside your comfort zone. You’re going to have to grow up and face the real challenges in the outside world.
2. It’s not letting you take risks
Part of the journey to succeeding in life is taking risks. Whether it be small risks or huge life-changing risks, you’re going to have to take it whether you like it or not.
If you can’t even take the risk of stepping out of your comfort zone for even a single second, then you’re not going to find success in anything.
You’ll be trapped doing the same thing over and over until you’re gone from this world. If you want to see or do something different, then you’re going to have start learning how to take risks and accept the outcome.
3. It’s not letting you experience the world in real time
When you’re in your comfort zone, you’re stuck in a time loop. You’re using the same techniques and the same methods from when you started hiding out in your comfort zone.
You’re too afraid to experiment and try out new technologies which can help you grow. You’re living life extra cautiously, always peeking in from the outside, never in the center of things. When you live like this, you’ll never be able to succeed at anything.
Embracing Failure – Why You Need To Do This Now
Embracing failure probably sounds odd to you, but it’s really not. In this article, you’re going to find out why you need to learn how to accept and embrace failure if you want to achieve anything in life.
1. Failure teaches you things that even success can’t.
One of the best teachers in life is failure. It forces to look at yourself, and your surroundings, in an entirely different light.
Things you may not have known before will come rushing to the surface, and you’ll be surprised why you didn’t think of that previously.
Successful people get to live the life they’ve always wanted. Before they got to that point, they probably failed in one or more ways.
2. Failure makes you stronger and more resilient.
The more times you fail, the stronger and more resilient you become. You feel like you can’t go any lower, and the only way to is up. That kind of mentality is just plain awesome, it’s the kind of mindset successful people have.
How far lower can you go if you’ve already reached the lowest point?
Needless to say, when you embrace failure, expect to come out stronger in the end.
3. Failure teaches you new opportunities.
When you fail, you hit an invisible wall. You can’t go beyond that wall. So what do you do?
You go exploring, of course. If you’re not afraid of failure, you can easily find new opportunities, new ways to knock down that wall and reach your destination.
You don’t go sulking in the corner, feeling sorry for your failure and your mistakes. No, that’s not what winners do.
4. Failure forces you to think outside the box.
If you really want to succeed at something, and you can’t seem to go beyond your failure, you need to start thinking outside the box. What’s in the theoretical box won’t help you succeed, so you’re forced to look elsewhere.
That is the beauty of embracing failure- where others see only the four walls of their ‘box,’ those who don’t fear failure will find a way out. Needless to say, those that do manage to think outside the box pave a clearer path towards success.
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