I know it’s cushy in your comfort zone…
…but what I know from 16 years of leading boldly with my heart, and reaping all the benefits of this, is that ALL of the magic you seek actually happens outside of what is familiar to you.
(Let that sink in.)
Everything you want, and I mean everything, is right beyond what you consider “comfortable.”
In this week’s short 3-minute video, I share with you my secrets to playing boldly (like moving to Paris with my family next week or writing a book in 6 months) without losing my sanity.
Watch it now (and try not to laugh when I demonstrate my “trick,” in heels no less, OK?):
Whether you have a decision to make about hiring a new team member, investing in yourself or creating a new revenue stream in your business, to have it, you simply have to get a bit uncomfortable.
Successful people make these decisions strategically, intuitively and quickly. They ask the question: “Will this move me toward what I want?”
They don’t keep doing the same exact thing and expecting different results. They create new circumstances.
But this doesn’t need to be scary. It can be as simple as taking one small step in faith…
It’s the quote we all know and love: “A journey of 1000 miles begins with one step.”
Too many people believe that they have to leap, that the way to the results they want is to take a running jump, see if they can skip all the individual steps and make a perfect landing at the top of the staircase.
That, my friend, IS scary!
And totally unnecessary.
As I said in today’s training video, all it takes is ONE step, in the direction of your desire. Just outside of your comfort zone… And then do it again. And do it again.
And before you know it, there you are. Goal accomplished.
Be brave. You already have what it takes,
P.S. How did you like my dramatic acting skills in the video? ;) If I can do THAT on stage in front of 400+ people, you can definitely get out of your comfort zone too.
I love how each step gets you a new comfort zone…pretty soon your comfort zone is pretty big. The old stuff becomes easy and the new stuff is still scary. But, the bigger your comfort zone is, the more confident you are in moving to a new place!