You Can’t Sail If You Never Leave the Harbor
Chad Grills
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Interesting write Chad Grills.

The problem as to why we do not leave the harbor is the “love” for staying in the “comfort zone”.This paralyses us mentally and prevents our growth.We are afraid of going “outside” its cushy comfort and failing !!

The most dangerous thing about a comfort zone is the state of inertia that settles in our lives. We become “satisfied” and “happy” with our lives and settle down into a mundane routine motion, which gives us seemingly more time to concentrate on our personal lives. We soon become so entrenched by its solace that, we turn a blind eye to every development that is happening around us.

I have written a blog on this topic.Please do read.

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