An Uncomfortable Talk About Comfort Zones

Being comfy is overrated

If you’ve been stagnated or feel like something’s missing from life, this post is for you. If maybe life seems a bit stale or it seems that all the good stuff happens to other people and not to you, then keep reading.

It’s time we have an uncomfortable talk about your comfort zones. They are NOT your friend and that’s a fact.

If your life is lacking the thrill and excitement you once wished it would have, then the only option is to burst your bubble and step out into the real world. Hell yes, it’s scary! All the best things in life are.

But look at it this way, what’s the worst that could happen? You fail? Now tell me, what’s the best thing? Herein lies my point

“All progress takes place outside of the comfort zone.”

-Michael John Babcock

The things you seek are seeking you, but…

The things you seek are not very good at playing hide and seek. In other words, in order for them to find you, it’s time to get out from under your protective rock and make moves towards inviting them into your life.

For the Universe to send abundance, we must first clear out room for the gifts to come and then, we have to keep an eye out for the postman. Think about when you were younger. If you were a letter or better yet a present in the mail, you would run home from school and excited rip the mailbox open in anticipation of your gift arriving, right?

If that package didn’t show, you’d ask the postman daily. Much to your dismay, he had no answers for you on where it was, right? How did you feel? Sad? Angry?

Bottom line, the longer we waited, the more it seemed like it would never arrive. So, how is it that as adults we expect a gift from the Universe, yet we do not check for it the way we did as kids? Why is it that we do not pester the mailman anymore?

Instead, we just sit in our glass homes and stare out the window watching the other people all play with their shiny new toys.

Get up! Get out! Get what you want!

If you’ve been sitting and waiting for something magnificent to happen and been left wanting, then perhaps it’s time to get out of the protection of our shelter and go in search of what we wish for. The only person you have to blame for a life unfulfilled is yourself.

The only one responsible for changing the things you are unhappy with is yourself. Quit waiting for someone else to do it for you! The choice is yours to make. So, what’s it going to be? Get up and out of your comfort zone and empower yourself to live the life you want.


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