Living Proof To Leave Your Comfort Zone

Take the risk and leave, let the universe catch you, co-creating your path. Staying in the same place, stagnant, is a sure way to go nowhere. I’ve lived so very many lives. I remember working at Blue Smoke/Jazz Standard, promising myself I wouldn’t be one of those people who stayed for years and years. It’s easy to get complacent when the health care is phenomenal, the money is good, the people become a pseudo family, but I’m from here so I didn’t need that. I noticed rather quickly it was the family aspect keeping people from evolving. In the same time they stayed there for years more (when I reached four, I knew it was time to go), I worked in different places, including a restaurant where our regulars were celebrities. I’m forever thankful to myself for doing so. It led me on all sorts of adventures, added to how major I am. All of those people came here to make it big, but part of that means changing, which they were too afraid to do. Marrying each other, making a job their world. Thanks to leaving, taking a chance, aligning my actions with my goals, I met Mick Jagger (formerly my favorite day of life). Now I’m going to be all the things everyone there dreamed of, wealthy, famous, free.

You owe yourself a chance in this one life to shoot for the moon and land in the stars. Comfort zones kill. If you’re in the same place you were a year ago and you’re still unhappy, take the risk, LEAVE. The world is large, waiting for you to take charge of your destiny. Are you going to stay where you are? Via: Powers Of Book