Let’s face it.
We all fear the unknown.
Those unknown places to go where we can go lost. Those unfamiliar things to do where we can do worse. But you know what? Those unknown places to go might be the best places you’ll ever see in your entire life. Those unfamiliar things to do might be the best things you’ll ever experience in your entire life.
All you need to do is step outside your comfort zone and everything will just fall into place.
And by this, it means:
Going someplace you’ve always wanted to go.
It’s that simple, you know? Stepping outside your comfort zone means going someplace you’ve always wanted to go. But this time, with a new kind of energy – one that will make you look forward even more to the adventure trip you’re planning and one that will make you look forward to seeing all those places you’ve only seen from pictures. This also means seeing places in a different perspective. The once thought forest filled with vicious beasts is now a forest filled with wonderful creatures you never imagined seeing in person. The once thought lake full of deadly piranhas is now a lake full of coral reefs you never imagined taking pictures of.
Doing something you’ve always wanted to do.
Be it hitting bull’s eye in an archery field using a nice compound bow or even reaching home in a football field using a nice leather glove, stepping outside your comfort will never feel as liberating as doing these without fearing the unknown. You see, stepping outside your comfort zone is not just about doing something you’ve always wanted to do. You also see, stepping outside your comfort zone is not just about doing something you’ve only heard from others. It means stepping up your game even more when it comes to things you haven’t fully grasped upon. This is not just for you to try out what you’re truly passionate about, but also for you to figure out if it’s what you’re truly passionate about.
As Roy T. Bennett said: You never change your life until you step out of your comfort zone; change begins at the end of your comfort zone.
Indeed, it will. And indeed, it does.
How about you?
Have you stepped outside of your comfort zone? If yes, how did it go for you? If no, what’s stopping you from doing it?
Let’s discuss on the comments section below!