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Are you too comfortable? Top 3 Ways to Step Out of your Comfort Zone

Updated: Jun 27, 2020

Step Out of your Comfort Zone

Humans have a tendency to settle down. When we finally overcome a particular situation, it is very easy to just settle in that space and not look further. We may do so for a variety of reasons.

Some people may develop a fear of not being able to overcome something or succeed again, so they become stagnant.

Others might take another route by thinking that this place is the best they'll get to, so they do not bother looking past it.

Whatever boat you are on in this river, you need to swim out of it. It might be a human tendency to accept comfort and convenience, but that does not mean you cannot break out of it and explore the unexplored every day.

Doing so is especially important because comfort zones keep you from better things. They prevent you from improving yourself and exposing yourself to circumstances that teach you something new and add value to your life and experiences.

Thus, if you want to let go of your inhibitions, but seem to be struggling with it, this article is here to help you.

Read on to get three excellent and thorough tips on how to go about hacking your comfort zone.

1. Go Out, and Do Something New

We always have some things kept away at the back of our mind. These are things that we have wanted to do for ages but never got around to. It can be learning how to cook, joining a yoga class, or attending social events more often.

Doing something new is challenging.

It is understandable as you have to make time for this new activity that will take regular amounts of time out of your day.

We suggest that you zero in on an attainable and realistic goal. If you have never had the habit of cooking, you cannot realistically expect yourself to cook a three-course meal out of nowhere.

You need to start slow and steady. So for example, you can start with a simple breakfast on a Sunday. And you can build upon it day by day, so by the end of the month, you will be able to at least cook lunch all by yourself.

If you proceed in this fashion, you will be able to keep yourself motivated throughout. You will feel challenged, but it will be just enough for you to keep working at it a little more each time.

Another thing that you can do is research more about the task you are taking up.