Feeling comfortable does not lead to growth.

But why do most people stay in their comfort zone?
Are your own expectations holding you back?

In this episode, I am talking about the reasons why people stay in their comfort zones and always choose the “safe side”. And why choosing this hinders you from your personal and career growth.

I also talk about the following eye-opening points:

  1. Reasons for staying comfortable
    • Fear of rejection
    • Fear of failure
    • Fear of not meeting expectations
    • Unfair comparison to others
    • Not being ready
    • Being too busy
    • Not important
  2. Set systems to reach your goals
  3. You can reach incredible goals
  4. Do something different
  5. Grow personally
  6. Vulnerability
  7. Innovation

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