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November 28, 2009


DANGERS OF COMFORT


Too comfortable 

It's so true, don't you think? When we get too comfortable, we don't strive for the next thing. Because the thing is, the next thing, or the thought of the next thing can be ... well ... really, really uncomfortable and scary.

But I think it's when we force ourselves to move beyond our comfort zones — spiritually, physically, personally, professionally — to challenge ourselves to come up with the next level of excellence, that brilliance will ever be achieved. 

Because this is so hard, it is why I think brilliance is SO VERY RARELY achieved.

 

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Set out into the world, with all of its crunch and fervor and carry the comfort of home in your heart, carry it in your heart...
Great place to "re-mind" Jenny, thanks for that. Blessings, Amy Sperry Faldet

I'm all for going outside the comfort zone. Scary...yes, but much more scary to let the possibilities slip by. Trying new things is exciting and always a good learning experience - an opportunity to grow.

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