Get out of your Comfort Zone!

Past Pesent FutureYour Comfort Zone is the nest that you would never want to leave. But everyday we have to deal with change and we have to be positive and ready to it.

Who follows the “positive thinking” knows very well what the comfort zone is, but for me it has been a revelation.

Few years ago, thanks to some Osho readings’ and the books of his follower Krishnanada, I’ve started a path of personal growth. It wasn’t the first time I was on a journey into myself, but it was the first time I was going deeper.

These helpful readings came right in the moment I desired to change my life, my work and my way to relate to others. I was working on that, when I stumbled in “Who moved my cheese?” a fantastic novel of Spencer Jonhnson about how to leave the comfort zone, deal with change and catch new opportunities.

Wow! It was clear, I was on the right way.

Comfort ZoneThe best is out of our Comfort Zone

When you decide to start again, your mind is overwhelmed of questions and doubts. In that moment forget the rush, take time for youself, breath deeply and start listening to yourself.

Are you ready? Take a pen and paper, and write down your priority list using questions like these:

What I really want?                                                                                                         What I’m able to do?                                                                                                    What are my skills?                                                                                                      Where do I have to leave flowing my energy?                                                                Where and how can I propose myself and my skills?

Be patient with yourself: you are preparing your strategy for leaving one of your comfort zones.

Begin by changing your way of thinking, you’ll discover something really valuable and powerful: YOUrself!

Stay tuned for new tips 🙂                                                                                                    I enjoy to know what do you think!