7 Steps To Move Out Of Your Comfort Zone – Motivational Speaker

We all waste valuable time living in the land of the familiar while our big dreams fade into distant longings. Now is the moment to step out and take a risk which will get you closer to your dreams.

How do you know when you are in a Comfort Zone?

  • Even though you’re always busy, you don’t feel  fulfilled.Your Big Dream is always “on hold”.
  • The slightest hint of change makes you feel uncomfortable.
  • You’re prepared to sacrifice your own happiness for a sense of security.

“The trouble is, if you don’t risk anything, you risk even more.”

– Erica Jong

Take the following steps and watch results begin to pour into your life:

  1. Write down precise goals. eg. “I want a better job”, is too vague. Rather say”, “I want a job that gives me both financial freedom  and personal satisfaction while still allowing me enough time to spend with my family.”
  2. Write down all the negative thoughts you have that might stop you from achieving these dreams. e.g. “I’m too old to do this.” “I won’t make enough money to survive”
  3. When you have finished, read each thought out loud. Precede with this phrase, “I release the following self-sabotaging belief from my life.”
  4. Stepping stones. Decide what specific achievements would indicate that you are close to achieving your goals e.g. “Finding a financial partner for my new business venture”
  5. Give your goal a time frame, this will help prevent procrastination.
  6. Start a “Big Dreams” journal: Begin the chapter by writing a Mission Statement and a Plan of Action. Every day take a step      towards realizing your end goal and write down the results in your  journal.
  7. Install a safety net: make yourself accountable to a few trustworthy people. Call /email them for encouragement when you feel      like abandoning the quest for your Big Dream.

Start by doing what is necessary, then do what is possible, and suddenly you are doing the impossible.”

– Saint Francis of Assisi

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