Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. –Neale Donald Walsch
- Wake up early
- Speak in Public
- Exercise (no link here. If you don’t know the benefits, it’s time to do some research.)
- Go without food (for a time, not forever)
- Take cold showers
- Cut out sugar
- Breathe through your nose (even while running)
All of the above can be uncomfortable. All of the above can also have tremendous physiological benefits.
There is nothing wrong with being uncomfortable. If you get used to it, you may perceive life to be more enjoyable. You may become more resilient when faced with the hardships of life.
Life is about living, embracing both the good and the bad. Safe in the bed wondering if a lion is outside [Proverbs 22:13] is not living. If you truly want to live, then you need to move out of your comfort zone.