Personal Improvement

3 Ways to Get Out of Your Comfort Zone and Improve Yourself in 2018

Make the leap from who you are to who you want to be.
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In this video, Entrepreneur Network Partner Ben Angel wants to help you get out of your comfort zone so you can become the person you want to be and achieve your goals. He starts by giving you a metaphor of what it's like to try to go beyond your comfort zone. Think of a rubber band that's been placed around a pole on one end. The farther you try to pull that band, the tighter it becomes and the more it wants to snap back to its original place.

So, in order to fight this feeling Angel gives three tips you can use to make your self-improvement steps last.

Click play to learn how to stretch your comfort zone without burning out.

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