“In the business industry, taking smart chances is what helps you grow. It helps you experience different situations and see what works best for you,” added CEO, Mike Heldman. WIthin the everyday hustle, little do we realize but habits are being formed. Each time you take the same direction to work, each time you pick what to eat, and what you wear. Being predictable becomes a part of our nature. Comfortable gets linked with no-stress. At Shared Vision Executives, we make sure our representatives are always up for a challenge and find the courage to step out of their comfort zone. “It’s important they recognize the importance of the next leap. You have to start somewhere and having the courage to do so, makes you someone willing to make personal growth,” continued the CEO of Shared Vision Executives.
The first step, as we mentioned, is to step out of your comfort zone with courage. For example, remember the first time you moved out of your house? It was scary, we’re sure. But doing that is what made you into an adult. You wanted to be able to go out and venture in the world. So you did it. You grew into the person you are today! “The key is to prepare for bigger roles in the future. When you have that mindset, nothing can stop you,” notes Mike Heldman of Shared Vision Executives. Also make sure to take everything 1 step at a time. Moving out of your comfort zone doesn’t happen instantly. It’s a process that needs the right mindset and trust. With each step, it’s your job to make sure you look before you leap. By doing this you will develop the right amount of momentum physically and emotionally.
“Allowing people to be able to step out of their comfort zone develops their perspectives on various things. They will get to try out something new and possibly change their own future,” says the CEO of Shared Vision Executives. You’ll get the opportunity to explore new things and venture out more than you can imagine. Just one tiny step forward can help you see things in a different light. We’re often so immersed in our comfort that we forget our capability and full potential. “Give your potential a shot to reach the stars, this will only happen once you go out there and try,” added Mike Heldman of Shared Vision Executives.