Fresh Perspectives You Can Use.


Screen Meditation AFRICAN HORIZONSWhen coasting in our comfort zones, we don’t grow. Maintaining a comfort zone can, paradoxically, lead to discomfort in the long run, says Dr Eric Allenbaugh, a widely published American leadership consultant.

If by being comfortable we avoid or overlook important life issues, internal tension accumulates automatically – I can personally attest to that. Eventually, as both internal and external pressures for change persist, the ‘comfort zone’ ceases to exist and serve us.

It takes effort to change. Start the process by reading a new book or Google the Internet. Subscribe to newsletters, try journaling or take a course. Find a mentor, talk to someone. Seek support.

Something to think about.


Thursday, 20 July 2006 - Posted by | 1. COMPASS eNewsletter

1 Comment »

  1. So true, you know ?

    I want more of your practical wisdom, so I’ve subscribed to your eNewsletter COMPASS now.

    Comment by Rita | Thursday, 3 August 2006 | Reply

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