This past weekend I volunteered for another mountain bike trail build day. And something really interesting happened when I purposely put myself in a situation I knew I would be uncomfortable in.
Call me crazy, but I like to keep pushing the boundaries of my comfort zone. It’s scary at first, but totally liberating and exciting afterwards. And each time I build confidence in myself and it gets easier and easier.
If you want to practice expanding your comfort zone and meet new friends that are interested in similar things as you, then you’re going to love this week’s Soul Workout!
Click below to hear the story from this past weekend and the simplest way you can expand your comfort zone too.
Never underestimate the power of saying “hi” (tweet that)
What are the specific action steps you are going to take this week to get out of your comfort zone and meet new people? Write them out in the comments below. Social accountability is a powerful thing ;)
Also, what are some resources to find new groups? I know meetup.com can be a good resource, but do you know of anything else? If so, share it with the group below!
With so much love,
P.S. In case you missed it over on my Facebook page, here is this week’s nature therapy photo:
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