The Truth about Comfort Zones

Rintu BasuPersonal Development2 Comments

If like me you have been force fed the idea that you “must” step outside of your comfort zone to learn then this article is for you. Here is some fresh thinking on comfort zones and how you can accelerated your personal development by staying right in the middle of your comfort zone.A few days ago I had the pleasure of speaking with Jonathan Chase. If you don’t know Jon is one of the foremost teachers of hypnosis in the UK. Our chat was centred around the Comfort Zone Principle, a new concept that Jon has been developing for years.

Comfort Zones, a Route to Self Development

I was lucky enough that Jon offer to let me try out his new profiling system and I am really glad that he did. There were a couple of things that really impressed me about the whole system. The first and foremost was a few dots that Jon connected for me.I imagine that you have heard the idea of comfort zones. The base idea as I use it is that by definition the stuff that you are comfortable with is the stuff inside your comfort zone. This is all the things you know how to do and your habitual responses. By extension then all of your growth, development and learning is outside your comfort zone.

To some degree I’ve always been happy with that. I’ve built some of my favourite teaching inductions around that idea. But I’ve always had an issue with it. I also know that you learn best in a stress free environment where you can play, experiment theorise and discuss the subject in a “safe” environment. So on one hand we are told that all our learning and growth are outside our comfort zones and on the other hand we learn best when comfortable. This is one of the things Jon discusses in the video below.

cz-success-cycleBut the real meat in this video is Jon’s profiling system. The great thing about the system is that it is based on your unconscious behaviours. It took me less than three minutes to complete and it was extraordinarily accurate.

Some of my favourite bits about the system is that it doesn’t tell you what to do. It just makes suggestions as to how to do it. My productive is up since taking the profile because I am finding ways to get stuff done from inside my comfort zone and playing to my strengths.

But don’t take my word for it

Have a watch of the video, Jon is a straight forward guy and happily reveals a lot about how just some small ideas can really boost your development. And then if this has peaked your interest you can get a free profile done if you click through the link on the video or down below.

Remember once you have watched the video and decided you want to know more click through here and get your own profile for fre

2 Comments on “The Truth about Comfort Zones”

  1. Jon-Kristian

    Always nice to listen to a hypnotist because they are so sneaky, in a good way of course, but sneaky none the less. I noticed some interesting things in the language and it’s always fascinating.

    1. Rintu Basu

      It’s always good to get caught out as well. I love an intelligent, critically thinking audience.
      Cheers

      R

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