David Byrd

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It's Time to Get Uncomfortable


Comfort is a good thing, right? We look for comfort in the furniture we choose, we enjoy comfort food on a cold, rainy evening; we even have heated seats in our cars. Being comfortable is satisfying, desirable, even safe. Comfort is what we strive for every day, perhaps without even realizing it. Our natural, human instincts actually drive us toward safety and comfort. Why, then, must we get uncomfortable?

Your comfort zones serve no purpose other than prohibiting your own growth and keeping you from achieving.


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