Use Your Comfort Zone to Benefit You

We’ve been talking about the Comfort Zone this week, not only to ditch it but we’ve also talked about times when it’s helpful to reconnect with your Comfort Zone.

You’ve chosen to momentarily return to your Comfort Zone. Let’s talk about ways you can make it productive–so that you come out better, stronger, more able to take on Life outside your Comfort Zone.

Dr. Joe Dispenza, a leading researcher into neuroplasticity, had a recent post on his blog entitled Making the Present the Present. While his post talks about savoring moments throughout your day in order to slow down the passing of time, his suggestions can also be applied to making the time you spend in your Comfort Zone productive time.

I like his suggestion to open your heart. His suggestions also open your mind and your spirit, and that, I think, is the best way to utilize your time in the Comfort Zone.

Of his suggestions, I love listening to the sounds of Nature and I also love staring into the night sky.

Which of your suggestions do you like? Let me know in the comments below!

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Your Friend and Pep Pal,



Right Use of Your Comfort Zone


Yesterday we talked about Ditching Your Comfort Zone and I still wholeheartedly recommend this if you are resolved to live the life of your dreams. By the way, if you want proof or corroboration, ask any successful person if they achieved their dreams while staying cozily in their comfort zone. Let me know if any of them say anything other than some version of “Hell NO!”

There are times, though, when you need the *ahem* comfort of your Comfort Zone–when there is no other option for catching your breath. Connecting–for a short while–with the familiar can be what you need so that you can then make the next step toward your dreams.

Here is a list of when momentarily going back to your Comfort Zone may be helpful:

~When there is so much rapid, deep, and profound change in your life and you need an oasis, such as when a loved one passes, during and right after a divorce, and the like;

~When your plans aren’t going well and you need to step back and reevaluate;

~When you need soul rest, recharging, and revitalizing;

~When you need a breather–a place where you can let go of all your worries and cares.

Notice, though, that this does NOT mean you should get comfortable or that you should plan to stay here for a while. And it certainly does NOT mean that you should entrench yourself here!

The right use of your Comfort Zone is for those times when you need a little space; you fully intend to get moving toward your dreams in the next moment, hour, day.

WARNING: Do not spend more than a few days back in your Comfort Zone! You run the risk of wallowing, becoming embedded and stuck!!

Only use your Comfort Zone when you’re desperate to catch your breath and there is no other option. Resolve to get out of it as soon as you can!

You can do it, I know you can!

Your Friend and Pep Pal,