How To Quickly Get Out Of Your Comfort Zone

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Recently, I signed up for a challenge to create and launch a product in 30 days. I thought, no sweat I can do this.

In the past, I’ve pitched business to clients and sold services that I hadn’t ever done before, but knew that I had the skills, expertise, and experience to get it done and deliver a stellar product. Why should this time be any different?

As a side note, if you’re familiar with the Entrepreneurial StrengthsFinder tool, you’ll understand why I am the way I am. My top talent score is “Risk-taker”.

In the challenge that I signed up for (called Just Ship It!), after the first group call on Zoom and looking at the course outline, I thought “What was I thinking?” The fact is I wasn’t thinking and that’s a good thing.

Why is it a good thing you ask? Sometimes you just have to jump in feet first and get out of your comfort zone. When we stay in our comfort zone we can easily get complacent. You know the adage, “no pain, no gain”.

We experience the most growth when we take ourselves out of our comfort zone. That’s why I’m a risk taker. If I thought too long about it, I’d talk myself out of it.

I’m in this challenge now almost to the 30-day mark. I’ve gone through all the steps in the course to research the viability of the product, develop the product, create and launch the landing page, and now just putting the finishing touches on it all. I’ve delayed the start date to allow a bit more time to build some buzz, ensure key partners involved could participate, and get people to sign-up for the product.

Are you dying to know what it is? I was hoping you’d ask. Here it is. And I hope you sign-up.

Rise Up Now FREE 5 Day Challenge: “Body-Building” for Heart, Mind, and Soul

This challenge will be fun, motivational, uplifting and thought-provoking. It can be done in just 15-20 minutes daily. We’ll challenge you to an activity each day to build a new mindful habit.

You’ll also be invited to join a private community on Facebook to share your experiences, engage in conversation, and meet new friends. A great way to form new mindful habits that enrich your heart, mind, and soul so you can make every day a better day and Rise Up to your best self.

I’d love for you to sign up and spread the word. Just share with those you think would have an interest. It’s FREE and runs for 5 days starting Monday, March 11th. It’ll include access to a Private Facebook Group to engage and share with like-minded others. Sign-up with a friend. It’s more fun with a buddy.

Here’s a link to the sign-up page with more detailed information – Rise Up Now 5-Day Challenge.

I welcome your comments. Please feel free to share in the comments section below how you Rise Up to your best self when you get out of your comfort zone.


By the way, if you are interested in earning a living independently doing something you care about, the course I took is one of many offered by Fizzle. Check out FIZZLE. It’s a great community of entrepreneurs doing just that. It’s also a great value for the price. I can attest to that. I’ve been a member for two years now. If you decide to sign-up, please CLICK HERE. Yes, if you’re wondering, I’m affiliate and get rewarded if I refer people to Fizzle through my link.

The book Entrepreneurial StrengthsFinder by Jim Clifton and Sangeeta Bharadwaj Badal can be found on Amazon.


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