Imagine if you could measure the likelihood of your financial and personal success by measuring your comfort zone?
I’ve been thinking a lot about comfort zones lately because I’m currently in the middle of pivoting my entire company away from my ultimate comfort zone into new areas.
Let me tell you that re-invention is a bitch.
However, It’s the best risk I’ve ever taken and I know it’s right because I feel invigorated and like I am on the right path and I am beginning to represent some amazing female entrepreneurs who are up to some incredible things.
I recently revisited this fabulous 5 minute Ted Talk video by my friend Marcus Taylor who is an entrepreneur and thought leader
It starts like this: If you have never done anything that made you nervous where would you be right now?
There are so many amazing things about this TED Talk and I’ve watched it multiple times to keep my own morale up through my crowdfunding campaign
My favorite parts are:
1. “If you want something you don’t already have, you have to do something you haven’t already done.”
2. “We all have this comfort zone which determines what we believe we can and can’t do and if you are not being proactive in pushing your boundaries and getting outside of your comfort zone, you are effectively SURRENDERING all of the possibilities that exist outside of your comfort zone.”
3. “There is correlation between how much we get out of our comfort zone and how much money we earn!”
If this doesn’t convince you to take a serious risk this year nothing will.
So I challenge you to do something this year that is outside your comfort zone.
As Marcus and I would say: There are amazing things waiting just outside of it.
Marcus built the World’s first scientifically approved ‘Comfort Zone Calculator’ as a solution to track his own personal growth. Since posting the tool online for others to use, over 10,000 people have measured their comfort zone using his tool.
Click here to see where you’re at and make a decision to change one thing.
And if you are also up to some big and uncomfortable things this year come share them with me here in the comments!