Thread: Comfort Zone
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Old 10-23-2012, 11:48 PM
SkylerSquirrel SkylerSquirrel is offline
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I get the "getting out of your comfort zone" concept. Mainly because I do thrive from challenging myself (in ways I choose, obviously. I agree that being forced to challenge yourself is not a good thing). BUT I also have the tendency to be lazy and NOT challenge myself.

It's how some people are with exercising - you don't feel like doing it at first, but once you're actually doing it, it feels great. Laying on the couch feels comfortable in the short term, but if that's how you spend all your time, you'll end up feeling like crap.

So that is how I see "getting out of your comfort zone." People need a balance of comfort and challenge. That balance is, of course, different for everyone.
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