As a decider, you are on the course of challenge and pretty much away from a comfort-zone. This doesn´t mean you will not enjoy any comfort-zone in life, no – every decider has an individual comfort zone as well!
The only difference is that a decider doesn´t mind to walk on ice and risks to fall! Falling is part of getting up and thinking about HOW TO not fall again at this place. A typical decider could be a typical person who likes to try new things, like an innovator or a personality which is driven by some extra adrenalin, like some sportsmen are. Let´s be provoke: a typical decider could also be someone who doesn´t care so much about experiencing PAIN (again)!
People in a comfort zone are rather afraid of experiencing pain – is that you? Well, there are good news: the better you prepare in case you might fall, the less pain you´re going to experience.
What does it mean? Okay, again think of winter and ice: The better you´re dressed with stuffed clothes the less you feel any pain when you fall.
Now put this on the mental platform: the better educated or talented you are, the less you´ll be the last one who reaches the goal! Opposite: the better you´re prepared for your CHOSEN challenge the better the chance to become N°1! As a potential N°1 you needn´t be afraid to fall and getting hurt.
Besides, as adults we laugh some pain away!
Plus: don´t take yourself too serious –> BTW, this mindset is a great mental pain killer.
But not everyone is a comfort zone avoider and a strong decider! If you love the comfort zone, if you try to shy away from responsibility and decision making pretty often, you MIGHT run your mind and life on “automatic”. If you want to get out of that cage, once in a while, read about 3 simple ways as helpful tips how to do it – HERE (3 ways)
This helpful article from the “MINDFUL” Newsletter is written by Elisha Goldstein! Have fun reading and maybe leave a comment for Elisha…..
BE A DECISION MAKER. BE OUTSTANDING.
rita jaskolla – Leadership Architect