Impromt’s Top Ten Debut:Comfort Zones: How to get out!

Posted: May 12, 2014 in Impromts Top Ten, Uncategorized

Comfort Zones: How to get out!

“Your life starts at the end of your comfort zone”- Neale Donald Walsch

Welcome to Impromt’s Top Ten.

Today we will be making our debut by talking about a very popular subject in this generation, Comfort Zones and why we need to leave ours quick.

Comfort zones are: positions or situations in which a person feels secure or comfortable. You might be thinking why would he want me to get out of that zone then?

The reason why I say we need to kill our comfort zones is because we take it too far. At a point in the comfort it is safe to be in, but then we gain more of comfort; it turns into laziness.

Are you ready to start standing out again, to do things you have wanted to do, sticking up for your old beliefs? If you say yes here is a step-by-step guideline on how to exit your Comfort Zone.

1. Admit your problem- This will take you killing your pride, to admit that you have let yourself go, to see that you have changed. Don’t get me wrong, change is good but at the same time to much change can make you turn into someone you never wanted to be.

2. See where the problem is- Do you pick on the kids you use to defend? If you say yes then you have found your problem. In comfort zones, you get lazy, to the point where you will let people walk over your beliefs.

I will admit, I use to stick up for my religion every day, but now I let people run me over with religious persecution. You have to find your problem to get over it.

3. Surround yourself with the right people- remember you are trying to get back to your old-self. Factor in; who you surround yourself with.

If you were positive and loving in the past, but now your angry and hateful, you need to surround yourself with the old people that made you loving.

4. Do something new- It took me going to a church of 1000 people to get out of my shy comfort zone. I hated to be around people, but being around all those people, I found myself talking to people that I usually wouldn’t talk to. It took me doing something new, to fully exit my comfort zone.

5. Step out- As I said before, I had to step out. I had to go up to new people, talk about things I didn’t want to. You are probably scrolling saying; “So I have to do things I don’t want to?” I thought that same thing.

I found out quickly that I had similarities in my passions; they helped me grow in my passions. If I didn’t step out of my laziness (or comfort zone) I would have never grown. Step out of your comfort zone today!

-Impromt Dude

Need motivation? Check this out!

Impromt’s Top Ten next post:

4/22/14- five reasons people only attend church on Easter and Christmas.


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