Human beings have a basic survival instinct to avoid risk. Because of this, our brain leads us to think of potential negative effects of our actions. Ask yourself, “what’s the worst that can happen?” then face your fears and take a step outside of your comfort zone.
Welcome to step 6 of stepping outside of your comfort zone. By now, you should have tackled the first 5 steps, 1) Understand the Parameters, 2) Realization, 3) Never Be Scared to Make a Fool of Yourself, 4) Face Your Fears, and 5) Live in the “Now” Moments.
Getting past the first five steps is a positive sign, and shows that you are committed to doing more than staying in your comfort zone. Let’s really break out this week with step 6, Ask Yourself, “What’s the worst that can happen?”
I’m a sucker for new projects because I always like to learn new things. It allows me to grow, and continue to reach for goals I never thought I could. Often times, I will run into minor mishaps, and things don’t go as planned, but I always remind myself that it’s not the worst that can happen. We have to be realistic, and know that failure happens. Try not to dwell on it either because it will leave you in that same bubble you won’t be able to get out of. The most important lesson – move on and don’t look back.
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