Jun 5, 2016 | Mindfulness


Our comfort zone. Ahh… It feels so good. It’s familiar. It is soothing. It makes us feel safe. But only temporarily. 

Living in one’s comfort zone for too long often leads to discontent, anxiety, and powerlessness.

The surest way to break out of our comfort zone is doing something, anything, out of the norm.

From writing down why you want to accomplish something to making the choice to forgive. It can be something as simple as drinking more water or giving a heartfelt compliment to a coworker. Any success you will ever experience begins with one tiny step.

Do SOMETHING in this moment. Once you make that first step out of your comfort zone you are that much closer to getting something you have never had – the life you were meant to live.

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Jenny is a dynamic speaker, coach, and blogger and is passionate about helping people integrate their personal and professional selves.

Jenny helps organizations empower their employees by implementing tools that help manage stress, achieve self-awareness, and challenge mental barriers that may hinder behavior change.  Learn more about Jenny





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