You need to get out of our comfort zone, to move on with your life and to do more than you could before. If you feel stuck but still do the same thing over and over, nothing will ever change. Don’t let fear or anxiety keeping you from trying. It’s easy to understand why people enjoy being comfortable. You get in a routine. You feel in control. You can predict what’s going to happen. Although stepping outside your comfort zone can look and feel scary, the abundance of benefits that exist on the other side of a little temporary discomfort are totally worth it. Face your fears and try, if your don’t try you don’t know if you’re capable of making the change in your life, that will bring you happiness and joy.
- Be well prepared
Information is power. When you’re starting something, gather as much information as you can, so you know what you’re talking about. For example if you are selling a product or a business, your need to know the ingredients and compensation plan for your business. If you don’t have all the information you’re going to be scared and stressed to talk about the product, so you wont be relaxed and prospecting as much as you should. Be honest, don’t say things that you don’t know or understand, it could hurt you later.
- Make a plan
Do it step by step, little by little and be consistent. Start small, like if you’re going to make a video, do a live or record it for a few minutes. If you decide to do a video once a week, do it, don’t procrastinate. At the start it will be hard but if you’re doing it consistently it will get easier. I promise!!
- Be positive, no matter what
When you start changing something in your life there will always be people telling you that you’re doing the wrong thing, its not for you, etc. There will be obstacles but you should remain positive. Do it for yourself, prove them wrong and don’t give up.
“Coming out of your comfort zone is tough in the beginning, chaotic in the middle, and awesome in the end…because in the end, it shows you a whole new world.” – Manoj Arora
- Hold yourself accountable
You’re always going to have good days and bad days. Say your plans out loud, tell someone, you will be more accountable because you don’t want to disappoint them or yourself. That’s how you push yourself. Write everything that you’re doing, it helps in the long run. Write your goals, it can be weekly or monthly and stick to them.
- Push further one day
When you have a routine, you do the same thing everyday. One day decide to push yourself and do twice the work you usually do. That’s how you improve and push your limits. Do something different like a 30 days challenge where you post a video or write a blog everyday for 30 days. It will push you and your business, thats how you improve.
- Follow the leader
Use the information you already have. Don’t reinvent the wheel, use the tools that you already have, don’t try do everything yourself. Being a perfectionist and a control freak will waste your time, if the leader is doing a training, plug your people in. You don’t have to do your own training. You can use that time to do different things.
Here is the Time Management link as promised in the video HERE