Life begins at the end of your comfort zone.
- Neale Donald Walsch
Draw a small circle on a piece of paper. This represents the defense, or your comfort zone. Then draw a larger circle. This represents the offense, or all the amazing things you'd like to try but aren't comfortable with. See the disconnect? Let's merge those two circles and that intersection is your new end zone, or goal.
You don't want to be left sitting on the sideline, so whether it's trying something new, conquering a fear by facing it, or just going to a Super Bowl party when you know zero about football, get out there and stretch your territory. Sure, you may fumble or even drop the ball, but you will still be a champ because you tackled something new or daunting.
Congratulations to the New England Patriots on last night's Super Bowl victory.
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