7 Steps For Breaking Through Your Comfort Zone

Are you letting fears and anxiety hold you back in life?

Unfortunately this is something that happens to most people. And if I’m really truthful with myself, it’s happened to me as well.

Like I mentioned in my personal goals for 2010, my goal for the upcoming year is to do a lot of traveling on my own. If I want to really make this experience enjoyable, I’m going to have to push the boundaries of my “comfort zone.”

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30DSHS- Improve Writing Skills, Twitter, and P90X

Well, we’ve reached the second installment of the 30 Day Success Habits Series. (A monthly column where I discuss the habits that I’m trying to develop for the next 30 days)

The next month is going to be pretty crazy. I’m glad there’s only 28 days because I’m going to busy with three different habits:

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30DSHS- Improve My Writing Skills

This is the first of what I’m calling the “30 Day Success Habits Series.” In this monthly column, I’m going to talk about the different behaviors I’m trying to create or eliminate for the next 30 days. The idea here is to give a perspective on what it’s like to try to develop a success habit. Hopefully this series will give you that extra *nudge* to change some of your behaviors.

If you want to know more about this concept, take a look at my post about 30 day success habits.

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Developing the 30 Day Success Habit

Once in a while you come across something that completely changes your life. This happened to me late last year.

While scrolling through Steve Pavlina’s site, I came across his concept of the 30 Day Habit Experiment. His idea is to “test drive” a specific habit for 30 days. Then at the end of this period you make a decision to keep it or not.

As you probably know it’s a challenge to develop (or change) a habit. But if you introduce this concept into your personal growth, it becomes much easier to develop successful habits.

Here’s why…

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