Comfort zones

by | Mar 14, 2015 | Access

Do you feel exposed when you step out of your comfort zone? Do you go for it anyway, or does it stop you?

I was just tasting two new aloe beverages, “Exposed” and “Comfort,” waiting for my flight to depart, which inspired me to blog.

I’m the type of person who craves change and has no problem being exposed. The comfort zone is an interesting one as some are easy, and others may occur as larger shifts. And still, I am fully aware of that being my interesting point of view. And with that POV, what do I create? So what choices can I make, and what questions can I ask to shift that?

Say you own a house, have a couple of kids, and would love to change jobs, do you?  Do you leap without having another job or income revenue in place? Do you move or sell your house at a loss? Or do you wait until something else shows up?

To me, revenue has been a sticking point; changing and having revenue lined up is different to me than leaving without, and is it? What makes the perception of employment occur as “safe” vs. creating your own thing?

Why do we buy into the belief that we can’t leap without having money for our expenditures, so it may make sense to save up money first? And what if that is what stops the flow of new possibilities from showing up in your world? Interesting, isn’t it?

I have yet to crack the code for that myself, so I continue to explore and ask questions. I know that there is a lie that I have bought into along the way, and I’ll shift things fast once I know what that is.

The fun thing about asking questions is opening yourself up to new possibilities. I wonder what will show up?