How To Get Out of Comfort Zone? 

What is a comfort zone? According to oxford dictionary :
  • a situation where one feels safe or at ease.
  • a settled method of working that requires little effort and yields only barely acceptable results [If you stay within your comfort zone you will never improve]

From a psychological standpoint, your comfort zone is an artificial mental boundary within which you maintain a sense of security and out of which you experience great discomfort.
For the most part, your comfort zone is a reflection of your self-image and how you think and expect things should be.
For many people, even if they are unhappy or unfulfilled, their natural inclination is to stay within the comfort zone simply because it is familiar and safe. Many stay in jobs, relationships, and situations that have long since lost their relevance only because they are afraid of the unknown. The truth is that security does not reside in anything outside of ourselves; instead, it lies within us.
If you choose to remain in your comfort zone you will never find out what your true potential is or what you are capable of achieving. Nor can you really succeed at anything without venturing out of the comfort of your safety net.
If, however, you make the decision to move beyond the circumstances, people, and experiences you are familiar with, you move out of your comfort zone and onto the path of personal development. It is a path that forces you to stretch yourself, push your limits and become more than you were.Of course, you don't have to do anything extraordinarily out of character, like climbing Mt. Everest or swimming the English Channel if you have no inclination or desire for it. Stretching yourself does not have to be that extreme.
Anyone who takes a new subject in school, learns a new language, takes up a new sport or starts a new job, operates out of their comfort zone in the beginning.
'If you remain in your comfort zone you will not go any further' - Catherine Pulsifer
'Comfort zones are most often expanded through discomfort' - Peter McWilliams
'We cannot become what we want to be by remaining what we are' - Max DePree
'Nobody ever died of discomfort, yet living in the name of comfort has killed more ideas, more opportunities, more actions, and more growth than everything else combined. Comfort kills!' - T. Harv Eker

Kick your Ass!
To be the better version of your future-self you have to get out of your comfort zone. 100% committed to having the chance to live an extraordinary life doing the things that matter most to you.
Get out from it by:
  • Focusing on your talent
  • Define your vision
  • Time Management
1. Focus on your talent - Talent s the natural ability to do something well! You may not be perfect but practicing to improved daily will bring the result in whatever you do. You have a talent within you that need to explore and exploit. Turn your flaws and weaknesses into your strength! 
Tip # 1 : Find your Passion!
Tip # 2 : Don't compare yourself with others
Tip # 3 : Use failure as motivation
Tip # 4 : Pop-up engagement and leadership

2. Define your vision- The capacity you have to set a clear idea of what your life will be! When you set your vision you set the direction of your life. Your vision is your Goal setting which is your intentions. You have to aim and plan to reach your goal. You will become more stronger in the process of time reaching your goal. You have to have a positive mindset
Positive thinking start with your goal! When you think and talk about what you want and how to get it, you feel happier and in greater control of your life. When you think about something that makes you happy, your brain actually releases endorphins, which give you a generalized feeling of well-being. You can learn how to think positive by taking adopting an optimistic mindset.
  • Focus On Goals And Expectations. 
  • Record Daily Progress. 
  • Practice Gratitude. 
  • Come Up With Solutions. 
  • Find The Positive In Difficult Situations. 
  • Take Action With What You Can Control. 
  • Surround Yourself With Optimistic People.

Be Efficiency - The state or quality of being efficient, or able to accomplish something with the least waste of time and effort; competency in performance. These are the execution or accomplishment of work setting up a process to reach your goals!

3. Time Management - The process of organizing and planning how to divide your time between specific activities. We all have 24 hours / 1440 minutes a day, so manage your time accordingly based on your priorities. Stephen Covey, the author of The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, wrote: "The key is not to prioritize what's on your schedule, but to schedule your priorities."
Use 80/20 rule also known as the Pareto Principle to manage your time. It means 20 percent of your activities will account for 80 percent of your results. You have to organize your plan or task and you need to focus on to align it with your goals. Focus on your specific plan and how to complete the task by spending less time chasing after new opportunities. These rules help you to stay concentrate on your goal; otherwise, you’d be a slave to a never-ending list of things to do.
For larger tasks or series of tasks use the Pomodoro technique to break the work down. This technique is a cyclical system. You work in short sprints, which makes sure you’re consistently productive. You also get to take regular breaks that bolster your motivation and keep you creative. This trains your brain to focus for short periods and helps you stay on top of deadlines or constantly-refilling inboxes. The idea behind the technique is that the timer instills a sense of urgency. Rather than feeling like you have endless time in the workday to get things done and then ultimately squandering those precious work hours on distractions, you know you only have 25 minutes to make as much progress on a task as possible. With time it can even help improve your attention span and concentration.
  • Plan your activities. 
  • Establish your priorities. 
  • Eliminate unnecessary tasks. 
  • Get organized. 
  • Combine or consolidate tasks. 
  • Improve your skills. 
  • Avoid unnecessary interruptions. 
  • Be decisive and don't procrastinate.

Most importantly, take action to accomplish the tasks within the time-frame align it toward your goal. 

The first step of any new endeavor can be the most difficult. Too many options can leave you feeling demotivated. If you change who you spend time with, you will change what you do, what you see, what you think, and what you believe is possible. The people you spend the most time with influence you the most. 

"You never fail until you stop trying"

REMEMBER THAT # Tomorrow becomes never. No matter how small the task, take the first step now!

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