BI 021: Leave Your Comfort Zone

We all know I went to the PLUSH show last weekend, but find out what happens when I left my comfort zone. Can anyone say pleasant surprise? Special thanks to Milkin’ Cookies and Ringley Natural Teething Toys. Also can you guess who my listener of the week is? Here’s a hint, he’s a master juggler of words and phrases.

What are your thoughts on leaving your comfort zone? Doesn’t it usually turn out better than expected?

Tossing It Out

Milkin’ Cookies

Ringley Natural Teething Toys

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4 Responses

  1. Arlee Bird says:

    Thanks for the honor! What a surprise.

    I used to be much better about stepping outside my zone, but as I get older I’m less apt to do it–too comfortable at home I guess. But like your excursion turned out to be, I’m usually happy when I have stepped out of my comfort zone. I’ve always enjoyed trade shows, fairs, and other types of exhibitions because there are always so many ideas to be exposed to.

    Next week on Tossing It Out I’ll be taking a bit of a chance. I’m going to do a “Hijack This Blog” event where I’ll be inviting other bloggers and others for that matter to take my blog for a post to promote themselves and their blogs or whatever. Check out my post Monday. Maybe you can mention it here to your readers. Heck, maybe it’s time for you to do a guest appearance at Tossing It Out.

    Tossing It Out

    • Buck Inspire says:

      Don’t mention it and well deserved Lee!

      When one gets older doesn’t one’s comfort zone naturally expand? Since we get older and wiser, the silly things that shrunk our zones no longer bother us anymore. I’m glad you end up having a good time stepping out of your comfort zone, too!

      Interesting concept, “Hijack This Blog”. Don’t mind me if I take Tossing It Out for a joyride. I’m sure there’s will tons of bloggers lining up for this golden opportunity. Thanks!

  2. Nolan says:

    Take a pause and reflect on any recent wins (a.k.a. accomplishments) you are proud of achieving. Perhaps you changed jobs, started a business, learned to play the piano, enrolled in an art class, or became debt-free for the first time in years. Did you know what to expect in each of these situations or did you experience a level of uncertainty? Uncertainty is always present as you experience growth. The question is how much uncertainty can you handle?

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