That has its place I guess, but I've found growth requires a level of discomfort.
In most cases if you're comfortable Beware!
Historically, some of the most progressive times came through discomfort, wars, deprressions and recessions. I'm not sure why, but that's the facts.
Personally speaking as I look back, my greatest growth financially and mentally came when I stepped out of my comfort zone.
- Now, if something doesn't scare me a little, I don't want to do it.
- If it's not edgy or half crazy I'm not interested.
- If it doesn't force the A game out of me, I lose my enthusiasm.
But if it's something "the comfortable, comformist, follow-the-crowd people find weird, risky or crazy" - YUREKA! That's when I find I've grown the most financially and psychologically from - if I do it. So, for now I'll stick with that plan until it stops working.
I'm aware everyone is looking for push button or flip the switch wealth and guaranteed plans
in-a-box. So, I realize my story is not every ones story, but that's my experience.
What's your story? Is this true in your experience, false or something in between?