We hate discomfort. Discomfort terrifies us. Discomfort leaves us vulnerable. Discomfort is ….well….discomforting.
Here’s another perspective from Scott Ginsberg:
Accept your discomfort.
Embrace it. Love it. Welcome it. Cherish it. It’s part of the life experience and a pre-requisite for growth.
Discomfort is healthy, as it forces you to stretch.
Discomfort is educational, as it is the only way will ever learn anything.
Discomfort is challenging, as it dares you to summon your inner resources and respond with equanimity and awesomeness.
Comfort zones are overrated anyway. Remember: Be not halted by that which makes you crap your pants.
How are you practicing intentional discomfort?
What did you do yesterday that scared you?
And what could you do tomorrow that would be wonderfully terrifying?
Taken from Scott’s book, Live Your Name. Download it here. It’s free!