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Sloan's Spot: Great things don't come from your comfort zone

Sloan's Spot: Great things don't come from your comfort zone

Change can always be a little overwhelming no matter the aspect of life. It is always scary when we have change in our lives and we tend to want to run and hide, especially if you are anything like me: an over-thinker with a pinch of the desire to please. When a new opportunity stumbles into my life or I want to make change, I then make a mental or physical list as to why I shouldn’t. I start thinking of reasons why I should stay in my “comfort zone.”

People always say ‘follow your gut,’ and it is typically right. I believe it's always so hard to balance between what the heart wants, head thinks and gut feels. As long as you make the best of whatever change is headed your way, what more can we do?

Change will never not be scary to me, but who is ever truly ready for what life throws at us? If you are – kudos to you! Provide yourself with a solid support system, good vibes always and a positive outlook on any new changes you face. I have a lot of changes going on right now – taking them all head on and as best as I can.

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