Monday Motivation: The glory comes when you’re out of your comfort zone.
What you believe that is holding you down and keeping you grounded can be in fact what’s holding you back and keeping stagnant.
Yes, neuroscience research teaches us that uncertainty registers in our brain much like an error. It needs to be corrected before we can feel comfortable again, so we’d rather not have that hanging out there if we can avoid it.
Researches suggest that men will rather be wrong, lose in the comfort zone, or live in uncertainty than to accept uncomfortable and uncertain changes.
How to change?:
You must believe you have the competence for change.
If you understand why the change is happening, you’re less likely to view it as an error and will have a better time adjusting to it.
Find your true happiness. Unhappy people fear change while happy people create positive change.
Keep in mind the core of who you are.
Ask yourself, if I don’t change this, what will never change in my life?
Change can makes us feel like we don’t have control and like we’re flailing in the wind as we learn new skills. Learning new skills is necessary for consistency.
Consistency is the key to success.
Find your anchor and recall what the pending change won’t change about your world that’s important to you (like your connection with your family, your core values, morals, or your commitment to serve others).
The Lord says:
“Do not fear [anything], for I am with you; Do not be afraid, for I am your God. I will strengthen you, be assured I will help you; I will certainly take hold of you with My righteous right hand [a hand of justice, of power, of victory, of salvation].’”
Isaiah 41:10 AMP
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