Life Begins At The End Of Your Comfort Zone
I heard this yesterday, “Life Begins At End Of Your Comfort Zone”. It instantly became the thought of the day. I goggled, life begins at the end of your comfort zone and found out that it was coined by Neale Donald Walsch. The next thing was to go to youtube. I watched this video to get a general idea of what his thoughts were.
Neale Donald Walsch says that “I am actually comfortable with my discomfort”. This is the piece I was looking for. It is a natural action for me to live at the end of my comfort zone. I really do not know how to stop it. But up till now I thought it was a defect of character. I would ask myself why do you do this to yourself. You know what is going to happen. You get the same results everytime you go into uncharted waters. The anxiety of wondering how this is going to turn out is not an enjoyable adventure. Even though you know whatever it takes, you are going to get it done. Being in my comfort zone feels like where God wants us. I must be doing it wrong, that I always have this feeling of fear that I will screw this up this time.
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone is a game changer.
“If you are not living at the edge, you are taking up to much room. Bob Proctor. I say this to myself all the time. Even though I would try to live this, I would have the feeling I was doing it wrong. I never gave up. Thank God! Today I find the missing piece to the puzzle. Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. This missing piece to the puzzle puts a whole new light on life.
I would tell myself that you have to endure this discomfort till you get through this. Then make sure you do not get yourself into this again. Stay with what you know. Then you will have that feeling of comfort and life will be easy and enjoyable. This thought made a good part of my life a torture and confusing. Since I could not stop myself from getting into this position.
Life begins at the end of your comfort zone is living in the moment .
I would work at staying in the moment while I was at the end of your comfort zone. For I knew that if I did not, I would quit. I did not want to be a quitter. So endure I must. I will keep this as a thought for the day for some time to come. I want to fully digest this and make it apart of me.
Winston Churchill once gave a speech for a graduation class. Here it is. “Never Give Up.” pause… “Never Give Up”. pause… “Never Give Up”. Put his top hat on and left.