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I’m Getting Uncomfortable With Being Comfortable

This is when growth occurs

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I have a tenuous relationship with the word uncomfortable.

I want to be comfortable all of the time, and I realize that my growth comes from being in uncomfortable situations.

For much of my life I believed that being comfortable meant that I was making great progress in my life.




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John C. Davis

John C. Davis

I am an author, writer, and speaker, interested in highlighting and celebrating the endless beauty of the human spirit.

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