The comfort zone – there’s really four types of people who I’ve run into. We have one group of people that think it’s this concrete wall that they cannot step outside of. There’s another set of people who envision it as this barbed wire fence surrounding their comfort zone, and they’re like, “I could climb it, I could step outside, but I’m going to get hurt bad.” And then there’s a third set of people who view it as a mesh fence, something that can be torn open. The last group of people are the people who you look up to. They view the comfort zone as this expanding air – that if they step outside, they will get more air.Want Jaret's Famous 365 series on MP3? When you order a copy of Jaret's book, you can upgrade to a USB drive with all 365 MP3's on there.
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