Move Out of Your Comfort Zone ® Presented by Vicki DonlanI. Self Analysis A. Definition of Insanity B. Definition of Comfort C. Definition of failure/successII. Attitude A. Glass ½ empty vs. glass ½ full/partly cloudy vs. partly sunny B. Your beliefs create your feelings = your actionsIII. How to take Action A. What is action – taking responsibility for/making a commitment to B. List of excuses for acting: lazy, fear, lack of expectation, lack of a plan, procrastination, fear of failure/rejectionIV. Steps to Move Out of Your Comfort Zone A. Setting the Goal B. Creating the Plan C. Taking the first step … repeating it D. Follow through
I. Self Analysis – Your Game PlanPersonally Professionally
II. Attitude What do your inner tapes tell you on a regular basis: (example: No one in my family has ever made it – no matter how hard I try I never win) How can you rewrite these so that your beliefs will create the feelings that you want. (Example: hard work always pays off – practice makes perfect).III. How To Take Action A. Commit to a new behavior B. Be clear about the craving that the old pattern fills (ask why you do it) C. Find a constructive way to fill the craving D. Visualize yourself doing it E. Remind yourself regularly about your conscious choice to changeIV. Move Out of Your Comfort Zone A. Set Your Goal
Finally, answer the following questions for yourselfto make sure that your goal matches your planmatches what you truly want.What do I want? Things:______________________Experiences: _______________________________Ego: ______________________________________Describe your ideal job? ______________________And your feelings while performing it_____________ B. Create Your Plan 1. Write the steps that you need to take to move toward your goal (ie. Number of calls, number of resumes sent, number of interviews, etc). 2. Set a time and date to take the first step 3. Follow through with follow upYou are ready to move out of your comfort zone! Youhave desire, you have commitment and you have aplan! It is Up to You to Take the First Step!