This doesn’t work for chairs, sofas, beds, or your car. But it’s actually a good thing to learn how to be comfortable with being uncomfortable. And before you think that sounds contradictory, here’s what I mean…
So, are you in some sort of comfort zone right now? Are things going well for you and your business? Well, that’s great. But if you stay there too long, it probably means you’re not growing. And this life is about growing.
And growing means being uncomfortable. That’s why they call ’em growing pains. So, how do you manage being uncomfortable? I know it sounds like a weird question, but it’s a good one to be able to answer. It’s difficult.
But when you can learn to be comfortable with being uncomfortable,
That’s the key. Learn to make room for it. And even embrace it. Because when you can work outside your normal comfort zone, so many more opportunities can pop up. And the world becomes way bigger. And you get way stronger. Then, you can get closer and closer to what you really want in life and in your business.
But those opportunities can easily pass you by when you’re afraid or unwilling to leave your comfort zone.
So, I encourage you to get comfortable with being uncomfortable. Take on some challenges you don’t normally take on. Do some things online, and offline, that you don’t typically do. Consider setting up a System for your business that’s not all inside your brain. A System that can help you leverage your time. Help you automate. And delegate.
It just so happens my RondaReady System helps you do all that. And lots more. In fact, I’ve seen it help lots of other entrepreneurs, like you, get out of time-draining comfort zones. And I’ve seen them become highly organized CEO’s of their own businesses.
You could be next. You’re just a click or two away from the proven RondaReady System. Look below and click now.