Lying flat may not be comfortable, into the discomfort zone, but may be flowers all the way

2022-07-30 0 By

In a post for many years, want to break through and hesitant;Want to expand the network, but not action;I want to improve my ability to express myself, but I’m afraid of speaking in public. I’ve been living a conventional life for more than a decade, but I’m worried about gains and losses when I want to make a breakthrough.Have you encountered any of these problems?Do you stay in your comfort zone, or do you walk the walk, or do you break the chain and take the next step?I looked, the successful dare to challenge, but the coward is fixed in a corner, can only look at others.Of course, everyone has a choice about how they live their life, whether it’s staying within their comfort zone or taking risks.But whether or not you’re in your comfort zone, whether or not you’re still hesitating and exploring, you probably need a book like “Breaking into the Discomfort Zone.”It was written by Farrah Stull, former founding editor of Women’s Health UK and now editor-in-chief of Vogue.She was named one of the Five top women leaders in the UK by the Guardian.In Breaking into the Discomfort Zone, Farah uncovers the biggest secret to sustained success.With her words, her experiences, and her spirit, Farah lights a fire inside you, inspiring courage and confidence that you are no longer willing to lie in your comfort zone.It’s a natural reaction to fear and worry about the unknown and unfamiliar.However, we can also gain good lessons and more opportunities for growth from difficulties.By reading this book, you can also learn how to overcome fear and win.Difficulties are never as bad as we imagine, nor as long as we imagine.In careful reflection, past experience will tell us that difficulties are not the norm of life, but fleeting.Difficulties do not weaken us, they empower us.Perhaps, once you are also that in the kindergarten at the entrance to say goodbye to the mother crying children;You’re one of those people who is nervous about speaking in public.Or you’re one of those people who gets nervous when you leave a familiar place.Maybe we’ve all been there, had similar experiences.Now, however, things are different.We can cope with it, or even overcome it, and the amazing thing is that we can even enjoy the process of solving it, rather than avoiding it as we used to.Commenting on the book, renowned British model Tess Holiday said, “I highly recommend you read it and overcome the emotions that are preventing you from stepping out of your comfort zone and thriving on hardship.”In the book, Author Farra introduced the concept of “brief periods of discomfort,” or BMD.She describes these brief moments of discomfort as “high frequency life training” that creates “the miracle of stress” through a series of discomfort training, including acknowledging fear, reconstructing difficulties, managing psychological dilemmas and accepting and analyzing failure.Each of us, she points out, is capable of enduring temporary change and pain.For example, say no to a bowl of instant noodles before bed or a cup of milk tea that is high in calories and sugar.By taking risks that seem “uncomfortable,” the author opens up new opportunities she never imagined, much less expected.With this method, the author not only changed the lifestyle, but also improved the quality of life.What exactly is the BMD approach?How has it changed our lives?Simply put, it’s a three-step plan that anyone can use at any time or in any situation where they feel out of their comfort zone.While finding yourself in a discomfort zone, or about to be thrown into it, can be a major shock, the discovery may make you feel out of control and hurt.With BMD, not only can you identify the exact moment you step into the discomfort zone, but you can also experience all the corresponding feelings at that moment, and recognize, acknowledge, and understand those reactions, as this is the first step to helping you control them.For example, why are you nervous and afraid when speaking in public, why are you hesitant to expand the boundaries of the unknown, what are you afraid of, what are you worried about?Recognize it, recognize and acknowledge the fear in your heart.If the first step is to walk into the discomfort zone, the second step is to walk into the discomfort zone and feel it.At the same time, make yourself feel comfortable, which means turning uncomfortable into comfortable.This comfort is a positive state, which the authors call “active comfort.”It means being comfortable in a difficult situation.In this step, you have discovered and understood the nature of the problem, and you know that the uncomfortable feeling will only last a few seconds.So you see more clearly that difficulties and the stress they cause are not always the enemy that we used to think they were.Properly restrained, it can yield great advantages and effects.This is when you begin to understand that what you see is not a heavy burden, but an uplifting hope that you can rise above it and take on the challenge.Often, it’s not easy to push yourself into discomfort.Most of the time, we have to be pushed by chance, circumstance or other people to go in.After all, forcing yourself to step into an area that is both more difficult and more stressful is something very few people can do.But if you want to move forward, you need to repeatedly enter the discomfort zone and learn how to accept it.It’s important to stress that breaking into discomfort doesn’t mean eliminating fear, or making the world a fear-free place, but making yourself more fearless.BMD prevents us from daring to take on new challenges. They cast a shadow over the whole experience, convincing us that new challenges are difficult and painful, and that we have to take a detour in exchange for a relatively easy life.In fact, when you start breaking into discomfort zones, you will find that life’s previously unconquerable challenges become small tests of difficulty that are easy to overcome after using the BMD method.We could all achieve more if we followed Farrah’s advice and ventured into our discomfort zone.The method she mentioned can be applied to just about anything. You can use it for an interview, a test, a solo trip, or even every day.Once you take the first step and enter the discomfort zone, you will find that both body and mind will experience amazing feelings.You can grow fast in tough times. You can have a life of your own. Your future is up to you.