What if I fall?
Oh but my darling, what if you fly?
- Erin Hanson
There is a way of thinking that we must reach out of our comfort zones to achieve great things. I utterly believe in this, though I have to poke myself once in a while to remind myself to put it into practice.
Lately I’ve been rather stressed out. A friend of mine reminded me that we need to stop to identify what things do we do that don’t work. Then we have to really stop doing them. Sometimes these things have become habits, we think they are necessary, so stopping them can actually be hard work. It is also a form of going out of our comfort zones.