There is no comfort in growth zone, and there no growth in comfort zone.
I’m absolutely agree with that quote. When we feel comfortable with current condition, ask yourself, what kind of growth/development that you’ve got? Nothing, eh?
In terms of blogging, I found that blogging in Indonesian is my super-duper-comfort zone. I can catch up the issue, the-unnecessary-thoughts that almost explode my head, and write it down in an Indonesian post, in my own blog. That’s soooo…. stress-relieving 🙂
And, several weeks ago, the awesome-founders of BEC got me thinking, with the brilliant idea: How about blogging in English? They set up the prompt challenge, let the members interpret it and develop “my-own-style-post”.
What a fabulous and great idea! I realized, by joining BEC challenge every Friday, I beat my fear. Because, my comfort zone (blogging in Indonesian) used to be my biggest trap. Coming out from my comfort zone is my biggest challenge. All in all, I’m sure that all BEC members feel grateful that we can virtually meet and join this group. Lot of good ideas comes from another members, so I skip my idea on this. Thanks guys, I owe you sooo much :))
“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 !! Make an attempt..” ― Manoj Arora, From the Rat Race to Financial Freedom