Career Advice AUDIO / Work I’m Meant to Do

Comfort Zone Caveat

Comfort Zone Caveat

Do you get stuck in your comfort zone when you have a difficult decision to make, even though you know you need to make a move? If so, I invite you to listen to this short audio clip to dispel your fears about venturing into uncharted territory.

When you’re charting your legacy as an entrepreneur, the formula for real power has a lot to do with not being too attached to your comfort zone.

Being an entrepreneur is a bit like swashbuckling in the jungle.

It is not a defined path, which means you often have to make up what your next move is going to be, with no one to tell you what to do or how to do it.

That requires venturing out of the comfort zone of most job titles where there’s a defined way to do everything.

So, if you’re thinking of starting your own business, trying a new marketing strategy, starting a conversation with someone, or making a move you’re a little scared to make, my advice is to just do it.

Don’t wait until you feel comfortable with taking the first step, because that day will never come.

You won’t be perfect at it and things won’t always go as planned.

In fact, you’re never going to be an expert at all the different jobs you have to do as an entrepreneur.

But the only way to learn what you need to know is to start the process.

Making so-called “mistakes” is part of that process. It’s how you figure things out, and how you learn!

Chances are, the people you’ll be interacting with won’t be as honed into whether you’re doing it “right” anyway, so you are likely the only one who will judge your performance harshly if you think you messed up.

So, go ahead and grab your swashbuckling gear, put on your mistake-making armor, and take the first step toward creating a life and career you love.

I promise you, you’ll gain new insights and build confidence every step of the way, and you’ll never be bored!



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