Do you want to lose a couple of pounds, improve your health, or maybe change careers? Get rid of the all or nothing attitude. How many times have you started a new diet, a new exercise program, or attempted to learn a new skill just to give it up a week later? This type of behavior makes it difficult to be successful attempting new endeavors or attaining goals.
It can be overwhelming to change behaviors that move us out of the comfort zone, Psychology Today reports, in the article:
5 Benefits of Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone
Each of us has our own “comfort zone” which, more than an actual place, is a psychological/emotional/ behavioral construct that defines the routine of our daily life. Being in one’s comfort zone implies familiarity, safety, and security. It describes the patterned world of our existence, keeps us relatively comfortable and…
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