“Security is mostly a superstition. Life is either a daring adventure or nothing.”
Is our need to stay in the security of our comfort zone overrated? We know that change is constant and inevitable, yet most of us resist change. We even resist the change that is for our good.
When things are bad, we are quick to accept that things are continually changing and will get better. Nonetheless, when things are going well, we try to convince ourselves that things will stay as they are. Even so, change happens, whether we like it or not.
It can be unrelenting: changes in the economy, life marches on, relationships in flux as people grow and move on.
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I’ve done “poor me”… but I am all done with “poor me”. I’ve stopped dreaming and striving for great when someone has said: “now you’re scaring me“. But no more. No more playing small.
I stopped studying when others told me that I didn’t need any more degrees to hang on the wall. Then I realised that it wasn’t the certificates on the wall that truly fulfilled me.
I stopped building my business when others told me it was getting too big.
I stopped personal development when “they” told me I should just recognise my limitations.
I’m done with playing small, just so that others can feel comfortable.
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