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Get The Hell Outta Your Comfort Zone

Nine times out of ten when I’m working with an entrepreneur who feels stuck with their business, it’s because they need to get out of their comfort zone.

All the magic in your business and life will happen outside your comfort zone. [Click to tweet]

In today’s episode of She Takes on the World TV I’m talking about how you can bust out of your comfort zone to become the awesome person you were meant to be, and share your gifts with the world:

I shared my story about how getting out of my comfort zone helped me build my career, and now I want to hear your comfort zone-busting stories in a comment below.

Now I have some more exciting news… *Drumroll please*

Limitless event
On December 17th I’m hosting an online event extraordinaire called LIMITLESS 2014. It will be a combination of meditation, strategizing, sharing big plans, and some awesome surprises too. If you’re ready to break out of your comfort zone, this is the place to do it, and magnetize your limitless potential in 2014.

It’s free! Sign up here or by clicking the event image above. I can’t wait!

12 thoughts on Get The Hell Outta Your Comfort Zone Leave a reply

  1. Prime

    I love this Nat! It is something that I need now that I’m soooo way out of my comfort zone and feeling a lot of discomfort (and depression too :(. I relocated to Vietnam (remember one of my BHAGs?) to complete my CELTA, find a teaching job and build The Gypsygals from here. Boy, I thought it was that simple. I havent found a job in the last two weeks because I wasn’t considered a Native English speaker and I look too Southeast Asian. I was depressed in the past few days, but after meditating and talking with friends, I decided to let go and move on. I figured I’ll use this downtime to work on myself, do more things for The Gypsygals, explore Hanoi as a traveler and not as a jobseeker, do more yoga and accept the lessons I learned from my journey. (Of course it helps that I have savings and some writing jobs, but well…)

    But most of all, I am learning to be at peace with my discomfort zone.

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  2. Caroline Frenette Intuitive Leadership Coach

    Congratulations on the Stevie Award: that’s amazing! Yaaaaaay for She Takes On the World!

    As for busting out of my comfort zone, your video is a great reminder that it’s time for me to bust + crank it up a notch cause it’s the only way I’m going to achieve my big goals for 2014! Feels exciting!

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  3. Natasha

    Hi Natalie! Congrats on the Stevie Awards for the new SheTakesOnTheWorld.com and The Conquer Club!! That’s very exciting and well deserved!! Can’t wait for the Limitless 2014!

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  4. Katy

    Hi Natalie,

    I’ve always had the gall to apply for jobs that I was oh-so-certain I was under-qualified for. As a result, I was hired for an internship straight out of high school that others didn’t think to apply for until their second or third year in college. I also applied for a “big girl job” when finishing up my final year at the university. This job listed duties/qualifications that I had never heard of. I interviewed (one of the most uncomfortable and valuable processes a person can go through), and didn’t get the job. I did however stay in contact with the company, and gained insight in how to be better “next time.” I was called back a couple years later and I now work for that company! I network at work-related events alone, forcing myself to approach professionals who are most often older and more familiar with the workings of professional events. I always leave smiling (sometimes shaking with nervousness, but still smiling).

    I usually know I’m doing something right when I am extremely uncomfortable. Thank you SO much for reminding me to push out into the unknown again. I was getting a little too comfortable.

    -Katy

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  5. Dovile

    Thanks for inspiring video. I needed some inspiration. Seven years ago I came to UK without speaking English and knowing anyone… After two year living in London I’ve got into MA and successfully completed. After MA I started a blog which is still going strong. I organized a lot of events with celebrities, did internship at Music PR company. At the time I’m feeling bit stucked and looking for new ways to get out of my comfort zone.

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  6. Carol

    Thanks for such a heartfelt video! I’ve been going through some discomfort, being out of my comfort zone recently and now I can reframe it as a positive experience. And thanks for the little push to go out and explore a new place: just what I needed. Congrats on a great website and wishing you a lovely weekend.

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  7. Sara

    This is one of my favorites Natalie, I can relate to this as I relocated to the South Pacific a year ago from the UK. There has at times been limitations put on me externally as I am not fluent in the language here and other factors. This has forced me dig deep to create something very special in my business and has helped me to re-visit my big dreams. Thank you for the brilliant insights!

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