Aug 14, 2018
As human beings, we've evolved to crave comfort and settle in to what we know.
Our comfort zone, however, is not where life-changing shifts are made. In order to do that, we have to get very comfortable being uncomfortable.
I recently surveyed my Room to Grow Podcast Facebook group and one of the big stressors that popped up among the responses was not knowing how to get uncomfortable, and how to be OK with sitting in discomfort and not choosing to numb ourselves to it.
Talking about this stuff totally fires me up, because discomfort is where we grow. It's where we build confidence, and discomfort is a tool at our disposal that we can use to take action on the things that we’re scared to do.
If you want to be successful, chances are you're going to have to jump before you're ready, stretch your limitations, and push you to places you never thought you would end up, and all of it will build self trust, confidence and resilience that will prepare you for repeated trips to uncomfortable places.
In this episode, we discuss:
You'll leave this episode refreshed with a renewed sense of trust in yourself to handle whatever life has to throw at you, and the tools that will lead you to success and confidence in all areas of your life, whether it's your health, nutrition, lifestyle, or business.
Find full show notes including all resources mentioned in the episode at emilygoughcoaching.com/018
Have questions about how getting uncomfortable can actually help you in your health journey? Book a FREE 30 minute call with me! I’ll bring my tea, you bring your beverage of choice (coffee, tea, kombucha, wine?!), and we’ll come up with some strategies to get you on track and finally feeling like a confident badass, comfortable in your own skin and excited about how you eat, move and live!
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