You never leave your comfort zone.
Living in a comfort zone is very easy. You know what you are getting and you don’t have to worry about surprises creeping up on you. Unfortunately, your life is only going to improve is you leave your comfort zone and learn to take risks. Comfort can lead to laziness, and as we’ve already touched on stepping outside of our comfort zone can lead to heightened activity and optimal performance. Sure, comfort may feel good in the short term, but sacrificing productivity for comfort may lead to regrets in the long run. Pushing our boundaries, new experiences and learning new and valuable skills are great ways to inspire and educate ourselves. With new experiences and leanings behind us we can start to look at old problems in new ways and come up with new creative solutions. It’s okay to be scared to take a risk, but that should never keep you from actually doing it.