If your comfort zone didn’t exist… – Motivation for the Month!

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If your comfort zone didn’t exist…

If your comfort zone didn’t exist, what would you do? What would you say? Where would you go? And what fruit would be produced as a result, either personally or professionally?

A few days ago, I heard a pastor say, “You can’t play it safe your whole life and reach the fullness of your destiny.” Someone or some group of people is waiting for you to break the barriers your comfort zone is placing on you.

It could actually be that in trying to play it safe, you are preventing yourself from experiencing true freedom.

So go for it. After using your wisdom and discernment, take that action you’ve been called to take personally, professionally, spiritually, or relationally that you’ve been holding off, because you feel that it’s just not comfortable, and reap the blessings that come from being bold and courageous.

This month, spend some time really thinking through the details of what life would look like if your comfort zone didn’t exist, think of how you can strategically move forward in a way that has the best possible outcomes, get counsel if needed on how to move forward, and then (in a timely fashion) take action!

I believe in you!

As always, please send me a note if this resonated with you, and feel free to share this post with family and friends!

Also, feel free to share with me via email at daphne@daphnevalcin.com how this post has helped you think of what would happen if your comfort zoned didn’t exist in your life or business! I’m excited to hear about it!

 

Photo credit:  Joshua Earle

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