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  1. Hmm, the concept of “comfort zone” is extremely vague. What guides the authors of an uncomfortable appeal when they suggest withdrawing from it? Many of them simply confuse the comfort zone with the familiar and safe environment.

    The very idea that all good things are out of your comfort zone seems absurd by definition. Going beyond comfort, a person begins to experience stress and spend much more effort on maintaining existence, and then he is no longer up to new achievements and solving creative problems. His main task is to survive. Those who urge you to step out of your comfort zone never warn you about the consequences, and the price can be life itself. However, people leave their comfort zone only when they need it and, as a rule, a lot.

    To summarize: I think it is more correct to talk not about leaving the comfort zone, but about expanding it. There may be enough ways to expand your comfort zone, but you need to do it constructively. For example, you didn't know French before and therefore felt uncomfortable during the trip. You've learned it and expanded your comfort zone.

  2. It would seem that what is wrong with comfort and safety? Nothing, except that they make it very difficult to develop and learn new things.

    Any learning and training is associated with going beyond the boundaries of the comfort zone.�Outside the comfort zone is the risk zone. A reasonable exit from the comfort zone to the risk zone is a necessary condition for personal development.�As a rule, the younger a person is, the easier and more willing they are to expand their comfort zone. When a healthy person stays in the comfort zone for a long time and does not make any effort to get out of this zone and expand its boundaries, then his development stops, passing into the degradation of the individual.

  3. This is all true about developing and gaining some new experience, but it is important to remember that before you leave the comfort zone, you must first be in it and have a good rest. Because as long as you have unmet needs that give rise to regular worries, they will take up resources.

  4. Great question)

    Answer: being in the comfort zone excludes the possibility of development.�

    I'll give you an analogy. For children, the comfort zone is the performance of an action with the help of adults, for example, tying shoelaces. Tying your shoelaces with your mother's help is a comfort zone. The way out of it is to tie your shoelaces yourself. Why is this necessary? To develop, improve your skills, and be independent. Be the best version of yourself.

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