We are all familiar with our own personal comfort zone. There are certain things we won’t do, people we don’t talk to, and/or places we won’t go because we work very hard to stay within our comfort zones. We often fail to realize that our comfort zones hold us back. We have put up roadblocks and hurdles to keep us “safe.” We do not see how much more we could do, accomplish, and be if we would simply break through those roadblocks, and leap those hurdles.
How Do You Raise Your Zone?
The first step is simple—make the decision to change. Making this decision shows acceptance of the need to change.
Then, come up with your plan, write down the steps you need to take, small, attainable goals you can accomplish. Writing this down makes it official.
Finally, be sure to share your plan with someone you respect. This makes you accountable to them for this change, and it becomes more of a commitment.